G. K. Chesterton: The Most Interesting Theologian in the World

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  1. Nicole says:

    I put “liked” before I even finished looking at this. That’s so coincidental! I’m reading “What’s Wrong with the World” by chesterton right now and used him in several quotes.

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  2. whitefrozen says:

    The Ethics of Elfland is probably some of his best writing, as well as The Everlasting Man.

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  3. MisterDavid says:

    Occasionally I attempt to come up with a completely original thought. I spend ages working it through, from philosophical subsoil to the manicured surface; yet just at the moment when my Brand New Thought is ready to emerge into the daylight, I realise that I’m just paraphrasing Chesterton.

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  4. Nelson says:

    Reblogged this on Byzantium on Brew.

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  5. He was also the most interesting historian in the world. His quote about a certain country changed my mind on that country forever.
    “Let a fool hate France: if the fool loves it he will soon be a knave.”

    In high school we would always throw out that “French military” joke to indicate a valid argument that the other guy had…”Ve surrender!”

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