Most of what Chesterton writes about applies to our age and time as well as his own.
You will understand his influential viewpoint on Christianity if you finish the book, and understand his writing and reasoning style if you only read a third.
This volume, the first in Ignatius Press's _Collected Works_ of Chesterton series, contains what is probably G. K. Chesterton's most famous work, _Orthodoxy_.
Chesterton is a philosophical treasure trove, illuminating a purpose of life, meaning of existence, and the rational reasoning behind these undeniable truths.
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A friend recommended that I read Chesterton because I had enjoyed C.S. Lewis so much. I'm only half way through but love it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Stephanie A Myers
What can you say about GK Chesterton- great reading and very inspirational. The Roman Catholic Church is currently looking into possible sainthood for GK, so his writing is well... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter H. Stehmer
All Christians should read Chesterton. He had an uncanny way of putting his finger on the pulse of reality, often showing that the negative of a common assertion was the true... Read morePublished 14 months ago by heavyclassical
Buy a notebook, pen, highlighter, etc., because you will want to remember and meditate on Chesterton's writing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Barbara Smith
Chesterton's books were influential in C.S. Lewis's conversion from atheism. I found this out while reading Lewis's correspondence from the 30's through the early 50'sLetters of C. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Richard E. Burke
I love all G. K.Chesterton writings! I am a fan of G. K. Chesterton! Cannot get enough of his writings!Published 21 months ago by Helga Ng
This book combines three of Chesterton's wonderful apologetical works into one volume with the added bonus of a brief and helpful history of the books preceding them.Published on July 4, 2012 by Josh Goode