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An Ever Increasing Reading List, David Hume and A Victorian Novelist

I have this knack to find myself reading two books at the same time, some would say this shows an inability to concentrate, but I do have an explanation. 184 more words


The Innocence Of Father Brown by G.K. Chesterton (1911)

“Where does a wise man hide a leaf? In the forest. But what does he do if there is no forest? He grows a forest to hide it in.” 2,389 more words


Jonah: Belief Contradicted by Behavior (Part 21)

I don’t know about you, but I struggle with prayer.  I guess I see it as a passive, last-chance option.  But prayer is never portrayed that way in the Bible.  199 more words


Review: All Things Considered

Rating: ★★★

Who: G. K. Chesterton was a devoutly Catholic journalist, poet and novelist of the early 20th century. His most apt nickname is “The Prince of Paradox.” 449 more words

Book Reviews

Two kinds of people

“There are only two kinds of people, those who accept dogmas and know it, and those who accept dogmas and don’t know it.”

 G.K. Chesterton.



The strangeness of it all

As I continue my reading journey into the rich and beguilingly complex tradition of Christian theology, I see more and more the inane ‘meh-nes’ 1,115 more words