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Chesterton vs Calvinism

Discussion in 'Semper Reformanda' started by JM, Jul 17, 2020.

  1. JM

    JM Reformed Catholic Supporter


    Chesterton was a great writer and famous anticalvinist. But did he really know what he was talking about when it came to Calvinism? Nope. Watch and see.

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  2. nonaeroterraqueous

    nonaeroterraqueous Nonexistent Member

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    I have read everything I can find by Chesterton. He's an interesting writer, for certain. His style of writing is so confounding, at first, that understanding his works is something of a developed skill. I had to be careful not to adopt his writing habits.

    He had that strange genius that bounces between the profound and the idiotic.