G.K. Chesterton Is Known as “The Apostle of Common Sense” For a Reason

The month of June marks the anniversary of the death of “the Apostle of Common Sense”, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, most notably known as G.K. Chesterton. In a time when a hyper-sensitive culture needs more common sense than ever before, we should be reading this prolific and prophetic writer to remind ourselves that the culture didn’t just change overnight, but began many years ago, even in the lifetime of this great writer.

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  1. Tom we just returned from an outing journey to Eastern Europe. The first days were spent in Eastern Orthodox countries beginning in Romania we toured worship centers. Then to Croatia & Hungary. We took over 500 pictures to include videos. We heard concerts in two cathedrals & visited St Stephens cathedral in Budapest where the Holy Hand is

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