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This book is a must read, it is phenomenal and will challenge your thinking about creativity,... Read more
I like a lot of what Chesterton has written, but this one was painful. If all the repetitiveness, endless restating in every concievable way, and failed attempts at cleverly... Read morePublished 2 days ago by David G. Johnson
I think it could easily be argued that Chesterton doesn't always make the strongest logical arguments but I appreciate his poetic style and his thought provoking paradoxical... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Brennfourdeaux
The book is a bright but difficult read. It was mostly a riddle about difficult concepts made through criticism of thoughts counter to Chesterton's beliefs.Published 5 days ago by Anna Kruse
My favorite book that I first read because it was in a section of the bookstore called 'Raison d'Etre.' Who could resist a section of books with that title? Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. Heritch
The title belies the true depth and value of this book. Chesterton writes, ostensibly, to share his own conclusions about why Christianity is true and worth following. Read morePublished 8 days ago by K.M. Weiland, Author of Historical and Speculative Fiction