G.K. Chesterton Answers the Maniacs: Orthodoxy Revisited

Posted August 19, 2017 3:42 pm by Carl Sundell

G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) was a Christian apologist, novelist, poet, historian, biographer, playwright and author of eighty books. First a convert from atheism to the Church of England, he converted to the Church of Rome fourteen years before his death. As a champion for Christianity he lived in enviable times since he was privileged to debate on-stage some of the most brilliant and notorious anti-Christian celebrities of his day, including Bernard Shaw, Bertrand Russell, and H.G. Wells in England, and the agnostic attorney Clarence Darrow (of Scopes “Monkey” Trial fame) in America. In January of 1931 Chesterton debated Darrow in New

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