The Cultivation of Conscience
by Charles W. Colson
“To continue on the path we are on will surely lead to disaster.”
There are ominous signs today that the conscience, which has served mankind so well throughout history, is weakening and may be in danger of disappearing if current trends continue.
In his commencement address at Wheaton College, given on May 7, 2000, Charles Colson issues a stirring challenge to accept responsibility for sharing in the renewal of society. Politics, revivals, and other means physical and emotional are important. But the cultivation of conscience demands an intellectual response and a willingness to challenge the status quo.
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