Chesterton

Can mold really be an adventure?

by Kathleen Shumate on August 23, 2017

Mold is my constant companion — and my undying enemy. I even composed a haiku for it, which anyone living in tropical regions will appreciate: Mold creeps in as spores Like fuzzy burglars intent On stealing my shoes It’s annoying. Not earth-shattering, just annoying. But sometimes you wouldn’t know the difference from my reaction. Jammed […]

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Laughter as an Act of Rebellion

by Jonathan Trotter on April 2, 2017

“There are times when the most effective way to teach a certain truth is by laughing very hard.” G.K. Chesterton, as described in The Bookman (1912)   There are times when laughing very hard is brave defiance; a dare to the darkness impinging. Satan, the lying burglar, loves to steal joy. But Jesus, the rough-hewn […]

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