Professor, pastor, and author Robert Moore-Jumonville talks with Nathan Foster about Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton.

Show Notes

[0:57] What do you like about Chesterton?

[5:09 ] How would you describe Orthodoxy to someone?

[7:32] I’m struggling with the term dense,” because it’s not boring…

[12:41] For some reason I hear Kurt Vonnegut in Chesterton – the satire, the unexpected. Chesterton surprises me.

[16:40] It seems like a cultural commentary that has a lot of relevance for today.

[18:45] What are one or two significant impacts Chesterton has had on your life? 

[23:46] How do you think Chesterton would like to be remembered?

[24:51] Can you tell us a little about your book?


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