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|Title: A Year with G.K. Chesterton: 365 Days of Wisdom, Wit, and Wonder|
By: Edited by Kevin Belmonte
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2012|
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.00 (inches)
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A Year with G.K.Chesterton will be a treasure, both for those who are coming to his wit andwisdom as a fresh discovery, and for those who have known and loved his workfor years. . . . Chestertons talent for paradox, and his ability to embodyprofound truth in simple images, makes him as compelling now as he was ahundred years ago. . . . He was a prophet in his own time and a prophet forours, speaking out against insidious evils and kindling us all again to acommon love of the common good.
The Reverend Dr. Malcolm Guite, chaplain of Girton College,Cambridge University
This world of ours has some purpose; and if there is apurpose, there is a Person. I had always felt life first as a story: and ifthere is a story, there is a Storyteller.
G. K. Chesterton
A Year with G. K. Chesterton daily brings this truth to life. And we areheir to the winsome, arresting, utterly original outpouring of Chestertonsreasons for hope. During his lifetime, a host of perspectives clamored for hisattention, but he saw nothing as vital and alive as Christianity. Readers ofthis book will find their faith strengthened and enriched, even as they see themany reasons why George Bernard Shaw called Chesterton a colossal genius.
A true anthology,the best of Chestertons many works are presented in concise, memorableselections. From New Years Day to New Years Eve, each page contains a passageof Scripture and myriad moments for reflection, appreciation, and laughter.
Chesterton once aday? Well, thats a start. It is good to see that someone is finallyrecognizing the need for a daily minimum requirement of mirth and meditationfrom GKC.
Dale Ahlquist, President, AmericanChesterton Society
Kevin Belmonte writes in the preface to this excellent bookthat his editing of it has been a gift. As an author who has written regularlyon Chesterton I can understand his sense of gratitude at having been able tospend so much time with a genius as genial as the great GKC. Thanks toBelmonte's labor of love we can all spend a few moments of every day of the yearin Chesterton's inimitable company. All admirers of Chesterton and theChristian truth he explicates so sublimely will be grateful to Kevin Belmontefor this gem of a gift.
Joseph Pearce, author of Wisdom and Innocence: A Life of G. K.Chesterton
"Who could not be grateful for a year spent with GKC?The great subverter of everything taken for granted, he stretches and deepensus with his insights, shakes us with his startling paradoxes and delights uswith his wit. Thank God there is no getting to the end of Chesterton."
Os Guinness, author of A Free People's Suicide