This remarkably perceptive analysis of social and moral issues by the noted British novelist and critic is as relevant today as it was in the author's era. Chesterton's style is light and humorous---but also deadly serious and philosophical---as he provides witty commentary on feminism, education, family, and other timeless topics.
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Date:August 8, 2008
This can easily be a timeless treasure of how a Christian can be the true follower of logic and reason. Christians who understand the sin nature of man, can actually be seen as prophetic as they look at current social and moral trends and verbalize the natural outcome if trends continue. Most of what G.K. Chesterton commented on in the areas of social, political, and religious life, has been proven and come to pass over the decades following his writings. His keen insight and wisdom was the major influence in C.S. Lewis becoming a Christian. This book gives the reader a glimpse into the mind of this Christian apologist.