The Everlasting Man

The Everlasting Man

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Everlasting Man (1925) was written in response to H.G. Wells’ Outline of History. It states that if humans are mere animals (as Wells supposes), then they are very unusual animals, and if Christ is merely a man, then He is a very unusual man.

Chesterton, G.K. [Gilbert Keith] (1874-1936) wrote on various subjects, his masterful blend of artistry and intellect (which he called “uncommon sense”) earning him the nickname “the prince of paradox.” His gradual conversion to Roman Catholicism culminated in 1922. Chesterton wrote literary and criticism articles for The Illustrated London News for thirty years, authored 16 books, and aired on BBC radio about 40 times per year from 1931 until his death in 1936.

Pages: 239
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Publisher: Publish4All


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