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In this Christian classic, G.K Chesterton presents “answers” to the writers of his day regarding truth and the meaning of life. He recounts his own search for authenticity and how he converted to Christianity. Often compared to C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity, Chesterton says that Orthodoxy was not intended to be an apologetic with elaborate arguments and defenses of the faith; rather, he said it was an answer to the problem of what men should believe in once they admit that “it simply does not do to believe in oneself.
G.K. Chesterton came to a deeply held Christian faith and converted to Roman Catholicism in 1922. He is best remembered by many as the creator of the “Father Brown” detective stories, but he was also a prolific writer of many other novels, poems and essays.
Highly recommended for educated believers as well as for those for intellectual agnostics who are honest in their search for truth and meaning in life.
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