G. K. Chesterton: The “Colossal Genius” (Links Page)

Chesterton (550x826)

[published in 2009 by Saint Benedict Press]

This page has been discontinued (see my post explaining the reason why, with many reminiscences). Older archived versions can be found at Internet Archive:
Here is a Blogspot version of my Chesterton page, from Internet Archive: dated 9 September 2015. The earliest Blogspot version of the page still available is dated 22 April 2007. Archived versions of my original “ic.net” website are available from 2 June 2004, 2 July 2001, and (the earliest): 3 February 1999.

So far as a man may be proud of a religion rooted in humility, I am very proud of my religion; I am especially proud of those parts of it that are most commonly called superstition. I am proud of being fettered by antiquated dogmas and enslaved by dead creeds (as my journalistic friends repeat with so much pertinacity), for I know very well that it is the heretical creeds that are dead, and that it is only the reasonable dogma that lives long enough to be called antiquated. — From Autobiography (1936)


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  • Hello Mr. Armstrong,

    I was hoping if perhaps you could link to my website containing various essays/articles by GKC (including "Dragons: A Sketch", which he wrote for The Debater when he was 16, as well as approximately 50 of his articles/book reviews for The Speaker.

    The Jolly Journalist

    In any case, thank-you for your wonderful website! God bless!