Gilbert Keith Chesterton

The Everlasting Man

In The Everlasting Man the famed G.K. Chesterton once more defends Christian values and the religion itself from attack. A man of immense talents perhaps better known as the author of the Father Brown Stores as well as very many novels and poems Chesterton was also a great intellectual and man of faith who here marries both together in a very powerful work.
372 printed pages

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    When the world goes wrong, it proves rather that the Church is right. The Church is justified, not because her children do not sin, but because they do.
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