The 365 Thinker
G.K. Chesterton has impacted numerous theologians & thinkers and it is time for you, as a reader, to be impacted by him each day throughout the year.
Proverbs 17:22 teaches that a merry heart does good, like a medicine. You will find your heart doing good with the wit, humor, candor, and pointedness that Chesterton illustrates. The book is designed like a daily devotional, with scripture(s), thoughts, illustrations, historical events in Chesterton’s life (according to the date being read). Many of Chesterton’s readers/disciples have said that his writing was better produced and understood in larger portions, but this devotional will serve as a great way to introduce to G.K. Chesterton.
The editor, Kevin Belmonte, edited the text well and does justice to Chesterton’s impact on theological literature. If you are looking for a daily reader book that will cause you to laugh, be encouraged, be assured, and THINK, this is worth looking into as a devotional source.
Note: You may not consider yourself a deep thinker or an analytical reader, but Chesterton is still worth exploring. Research for samples of his writing prior to purchasing so that you can get a sense of his style and manner.
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