By: G. K. Chesterton
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Publisher: Ignatius Press
Publication Date: July 1995
Chestertons classic explanation of the essentials of the Christian faith and of his pilgrimage to belief. Written in 1908, it displays all the intellectual clarity and literary skill of one of this century's greatest and most thoughtful authors.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton called himself a "pagan" at 12 and was agnostic by
16. He then developed a personal, positive philosophy that turned out to be
orthodox Christianity. First published in 1908, when he was 35, this
intellectual and spiritual autobiography combines simplicity with subtlety in a
model apologetic for those who face the same materialism and
anti-supernaturalism as the "man at war with his times".
"One of the top 10 Christian books of the 20th century,"---Christianity Today. A popular work of apologetics, Chesterton turns on their heads a number of conventional assumptions, making orthodox Christianity appear to be the reasonable choice for even those who have doubts.
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