Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

Can this book by Chesterton be available in bookshops in these days of “equality and diversity”? I would be surprised if it avoided the censure of our left-liberal establishment.
The gist of the story ties up with the author’s dictum that when a person stops believing in God, he does not believe in nothing, but rather that he believes in anything.

Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)

Chesterton-genius, prophet, rare common sense, true compassion for the “common man”. He had such a rare gift of seeing things as they really were and some of the consequences of the pride of man which has been responsible for so much misery and death. Needless to say, his writings are as pertinent or more so today than when he wrote as the truth never dies.

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In , Chesterton’s comic dystopian tale, a shadow has fallen over England. Teetotalling progressives and Muslims have joined forces to control the country, and have banned the sale of alcohol. But one brave Irish Captain, his innkeeper pal, and a bulldog mutt named Quoodle launch a private rebellion for the sake of sanity. Driving around with their last cask of rum, a giant wheel of cheese, and a portable tavern sign, our heroes provide a kind of movable feast to the oppressed common people of England. In doing so, they strike a blow for the good, sound, and solid things that God has given to all men: meat and ale and song, and the human fellowship that attends them.

Гилберт Кит Честертон (англ. Gilbert Keith Chesterton)