Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges and Greene have very little in common, yet they are all held together by the thin thread of Chestertonian brilliance.
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G.K. Chesterton became Christ-like by remaining childlike, and so must we.
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But why did the writer’s conversion take so long?
Chesterton had the good sense to treat Christmas as if it were the very center of history