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Chesterton, to be taken with water

A fine if unattractively supremacist study, says Andrew Davison

G. K. Chesterton, Theologian
Aidan Nichols
DLT £12.95
(978-0-232-52776-6)
Church Times Bookshop £11.65

HERE Aidan Nichols presents us with material from a lecture series he delivered as the first Oxford John Paul II memorial visiting lecturer. It is wonderful news that it is now available to a wide audience. First, though, a warning: Chesterton’s writing is highly flavoured as it stands. Nichols presents us with “essence of ...

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