Synopses & Reviews
With a foreword by Philip Yancey, this classic apologetic presents a timeless argument for traditional Christianity in a unique way. Through with and logical reasoning, G.K. Chesterton invites us on an intellectual journey and reawakens in each of us the poet, philosopher, and spiritual seeker. Orthodoxy, which is considered by many to be one of the best books of the 20th century, speaks to Christians who want to refresh their faith as well as agnostics and seekers who are curious about Christianity.
About the Author
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was an English journalist, poet, biographer, historian, debater, radio personality, and novelist. One of the literary giants of the twentieth century, Chesterton constantly participated in public life, debating George Bernard Shaw and H.G. Wells, and maintaining on-going witty arguments with leading journalists and critics of his time. He is the author of more than 100 books on a wide variety of subjects; he is best known for his much-loved Father Brown series of detective stories and this apologetic classic.