G.K. Chesterton, The Prince of the Paradoxes

G. K. Chesterton is often dubbed, and deservedly so, “The Prince of Paradox”. The nature of the paradox, not surprisingly, is both subtle and elusive. The etymology of the Greek word, paradoxon, means “contrary to teaching”. And yet, the paradox can lead a person into a deeper teaching. In a recent article on Chesterton, the […]

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