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Asheville, NC: White Magic Publishing, 2006. presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. , iii, , 124 pages. Medicine Wheel Diagram. Endnotes. Nice inscription by author inside the front cover. Small item of publisher's ephemera laid in. Cover has slight wear and soiling. The author is a former official with the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. Hardcover. xv, , 304 pages. Signed by Charles Colson on fep. Ink notation on fep. Prison Fellowship large bookmark laid in. Burden of Truth is a compilation of broadcast scripts from Charles Colson's radio program, BreakPoint, focusing on the necessity to reinforce commitment to the search for truth as opposed to a generic ethical system designed to merely prop up society. Anne Morse is a senior writer at the Wilberforce Forum in Reston, VA, as well as senior writer for Charles Colson's Prison Fellowship Ministries daily radio program BreakPoint. She has been writing and editing BreakPoint radio commentaries and columns with Colson since 1993, and, in 1997, she and Colson "co-authored an award-winning collection of BreakPoint commentaries called Burden of Truth." In 2004, Colson and Morse co-authored the "How Now Shall We Live? devotional. Morse is a frequent contributor to National Review Online, and has also written for World magazine, Boundless, Beliefnet, and Regeneration Quarterly. Her review of Christina Hoff Sommers’s book, The War Against Boys, was given a first place Evangelical Press Association Award in the category of critical review.