Posts Tagged ‘G.K. Chesterton’

The Ordinary Pointing Us Onwards

What can be said about a painting of a girl washing dishes? We barely think about the act of dish washing. We barely contemplate this familiar experience at all. Standing in a room called a kitchen; the dirty sink, the brightly lit lamp. This is the space we inhabit as we eat, drink and wash. This is...
July 8th, 2010 | Culture, Other, Religion | Read More

Soils for the Seeds of Doctrine: Chesterton’s Orthodoxy Turns 100

By Matthew Anderson I have always thought that every academic–or wannabe, such as myself–ought have one or two hypotheses that are held very loosely, are somewhat defensible but impossible to prove, and just fringe enough to make academic parties mildly interesting. One such hypothesis...
November 6th, 2008 | Art & Literature, Book Reviews | Read More