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This flaw is oddly present in every Chesterton work I have ever read on any subject.
In it, Chesterton addresses many big problems in the world of his time (and even more so, the world of today,) and comes to some very jarring conclusions about them.
All in all, this is a non-religious book and a good introduction to Chesterton's work.
I was interested in the chivalrous world view of a century ago described in this "op-ed"with Chestertonian richness! Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amy L Windisch
White he was a man of his time, many of the ideas that are expressed will be difficult to accept in modern times his observations still have an insight that is most thought... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert J. Dale
Chesterton does not shirk from taking controversial stances on a wide variety of topics crucial to early 20th century social and political debate. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Evan Pheiffer
Such a book would not be written today, but there are still-relevant insights on the nature of men, women, family, church, and state. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas J. Sheridan
I give Chesterton 5 stars as an author and genius but there may be a cultural or time warp for me.. I just wish I could understand and appreciate his thought process and humor... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Herb
GK Chesterton is interesting. I watch the GKChesterton show on EWTN.Published 3 months ago by Watson
Anything by Chesterton is worth reading. Much like CS Lewis his writing is appropriate at any time in history. Great wisdom.Published 4 months ago by Pat Knippenberg