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Arguably, no other writer from the 20th century provided as much salience and portentous guidance on the meaning of life as G.K. Chesterton. Although not an academic in the same vein as C.S. Lewis or J.R.R. Tolkien, the English journalist, novelist, and essayist became famous for his ability to write voluminously while maintaining wit throughout
Philosophy is the handmaiden to theology. Good philosophy is essential to good theology, and to the Good life. Every man may be a philosopher by nature, but not everyone actually knows anything about philosophy beyond Monty Python (not a bad start, actually) and an introductory course they attended infrequently as a college freshman. One of
Philosophy is regarded by many as the most important field of study. Indeed, in the time of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, philosophical debate was taken up everywhere, and was applied to morality, religion, science, and virtually every aspect of life. Theologians are exhorted to study philosophy, but the lay Catholic can benefit just as much. Here’s 5 good reasons to take