- File Size: 210 KB
- Print Length: 115 pages
- Publisher: Fidelity Press (November 25, 2011)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006E9CIV0
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G.K. Chesterton once said: "the new Nordic Man has all the worst faults of the worst Jews: jealousy, greed, the mania of conspiracy, and above all, the belief in a Chosen Race," to which a biographer Simon Mayers had to apologize for as an official Jewish absolver of Christian guilt. Chesterton was funny, being a wit requires you to understand the irony of the human condition and the paradoxical nature of flawed psychologies--the type that generates Jewish Nazis or NATO terrorists for instance.
Jones follows in Chesterton's footsteps at recognizing the humorous paradoxical thinking of Gay Catholic Apostolate Leaders eating gourmet cake on a Lenten cruise, or of course Jewish Nazis trying to find meaning by proving there is none, but rather than wit Jones gives a perspective in the style of a psychologist and historian, citing heartily from both genera of sources.
Wandering for an Answer & Self Hatred & Revolution, is Not in the least, Fulfilling.
Despite what some may fear this is a humane work aiming to understand the causes of a particular form of nihilism and ultimately proposing a solution that rejects racism and takes theological truth seriously. It's very well written and there is all sorts of fascinating biographical detail concerning some heroic and tragic figures. Strongly recommended.