Aug 19, 2013

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Miscellany 52: Sci-fi, Dante, and the always-delightful Chesterton

Good things to read: from 1970s sci-fi, to Dante’s Inferno, to Chesterton...

Apr 10, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: GK Chesterton on The Book of Job and the Study of Scripture

Red Booth Notes: GK Chesterton on The Book of Job and the Study of Scripture

“Our minds,” said Chesterton, “are mostly a vast uncatalogued...

Mar 20, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: Simple Gifts, Profound Truth: A Lenten Reflection

Red Booth Notes: Simple Gifts, Profound Truth: A Lenten Reflection

This year, during Lent, I have been grateful for Chestertonian gifts, all...

Feb 20, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: Something of the Same Magic: Mark Twain and G.K. Chesterton

Red Booth Notes: Something of the Same Magic: Mark Twain and G.K. Chesterton

They were writers with an ocean between them. One was nearly forty years older...

Jan 23, 2013

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Red Booth Notes: Father Brown, Alec Guinness, and the Things of Eternal Moment

Red Booth Notes: Father Brown, Alec Guinness, and the Things of Eternal Moment

If G.K. Chesterton has taught me anything, it is this: we never know how the...

Dec 29, 2012

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Highlights of 2012: Part 2

2012 was an exciting year: among other things, it was the year that I headed...