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The Critical Question of Virtue
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John Stonestreet and Timothy George have a lively discussion on the importance of the virtues. This topic is something that was near and dear to Chuck Colson's heart. This is the first of an eight-part series, four of which Chuck recorded before his death.
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Annette and Russell Kirk, "Recovering the Ends of Education" delivered at Hillsdale College, 1985.

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"I urge you to join the "Doing the Right Thing" movement because together we can recapture a belief in right and wrong." - Chuck Colson, 2011


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In a 2010 "Two-Minute Warning,"  Chuck Colson probably startle some people by saying "you can't teach character." Find out why and how character formation is formed.

One of Chuck Colson's last charges was to urge Christians to become Centurions. The deadline to join the Centurions Program is May 18th.  
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Since learning and teaching virtue are important endeavors, we've built a permanent study page. Please bookmark it and check back from time to time for new material. http://www.colsoncenter.org/virtues

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