Named one of the 25 “Most Influential Evangelicals” in 2005 by Time, Colson has used his platform to inflame the culture wars.
Ferguson, Mo., had returned to a state of wary unease but early morning looting is likely to inflame things.
We don't want to release the movie if it is going to touch a nerve or inflame anybody's sensitivities.
I did not write it to inflame—anybody actually reading it could see that.
But if the nexus of social and traditional media can inspire as we saw last year in Tahrir Square, it can also inflame.
This only served to inflame the boy's curiosity; and he soon after took his bow and arrows and went in that direction.
Tonight be it your care to fascinate Josephas senses and inflame her heart.
As no accusation could be more efficacious to inflame the people, so none, my lords, could with more difficulty be confuted.
If it were poetry, "did it touch the heart, or inflame the imagination?"
But their counsel seemed only to inflame him to fresh absurdities.