Tags » G. K. Chesterton

Short story: The Girl Who Tasted the Sea by Sarah L. Edwards (2010), listened to on the Beneath Ceaseless Skies podcast. Recommended.

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Ray Bradbury Challenge

Walking it Out: The Works of Jesus -- Day 3

If you didn’t get a chance to read Day 2’s devotional, do so now. It includes a talk given by Tim Keller on “The Parable of the Prodigal Son.” Reread this story in Luke 15:11-32. 1,327 more words


Thursday's Child

G. K. Chesterton’s The Man Who Was Thursday  was subtitled A Nightmare, because it follows a man struggling to navigate a world absent reason and logic in seeming isolation. 477 more words

Canadian Politics

Why I Love "Daredevil"

Lately, I’ve been watching Daredevil on a free trial of Netflix that I was forced to get in order to complete a different class. I might as well milk it for all it’s worth while I’ve got it. 720 more words

What's Wrong with the World: Chapter 8 - The Wildness of Domesticity

The world is in trouble. Everyone points out flaws, issues, and problems. Where did these situations come from and what can we do? There is a deeper problem under all the others. 1,193 more words

Religion And Spirituality

With his rumpty-iddity, rumpty-iddity

Chesterton was much interested in popular song in the modern world, where “popular song” is understood in the sense of “songs the people sing”. It is true that this was, already in his time, something of an antiquarian interest, with popular song, in this sense, having nearly disappeared from public life, and matters have not much improved in the meantime, to say the least. 265 more words