Gilbert Keith Chesterton

The Everlasting Man

In The Everlasting Man the famed G.K. Chesterton once more defends Christian values and the religion itself from attack. A man of immense talents perhaps better known as the author of the Father Brown Stores as well as very many novels and poems Chesterton was also a great intellectual and man of faith who here marries both together in a very powerful work.
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    Indeed the Book of Job avowedly only answers mystery with mystery. Job is comforted with riddles; but he is comforted. Herein is indeed a type, in the sense of a prophecy, of things speaking with authority. For when he who doubts can only say 'I do not understand,' it is true that he who knows can only reply or repeat 'You do not understand.' And under that rebuke there is always a sudden hope in the heart; and the sense of something that would be worth understanding.
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    Mythology had many sins; but it had not been wrong in being as carnal as the Incarnation
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    But in the riddle of Bethlehem it was heaven that was under the earth

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