Charles Colson's life was turned upside down by his encounter with God. In "Loving God" he expounds on the greatest commandment: Love God first. He believes that if everyone did this then the world would be turned upside down.Charles Colson's life was turned upside down by his encounter with God. In "Loving God" he expounds on the greatest commandment: Love God first. He believes that if everyone did this then the world would be turned upside down.Read Less
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