The Importance of Imagination

If you enjoy a good author and haven’t acquainted yourself with the writings of G.K. Chesterton, please find the time this year to squeeze one of his works in.  He is extremely rewarding to read.  If you are a fiction kind of person, read his Man Called Thursday  or logic-and-imaginationFather Brown mysteries.  If you are a non-fiction fan, read his Orthodoxy or What’s Wrong with the World.  His poem about Alfred the Great is really good, too.  But while you are deciding on what to read, please enjoy this blog article by Dale Ahlquist (a modern authority on all things Chestertonian) on what Chesterton thought about imagination.

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