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A Year with G. K. Chesterton

A Year with G. K. Chesterton 365 Days of Wisdom, Wit, and Wonder

By Kevin Belmonte
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.02 Stars

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On 8/30 Kathy Bowden wrote: A Year with G. K. Chesterton by Kevin Belmonte delivers a handful of daily wit and inspiration for the Chesterton fan - and always that little bit ot "hmmm..." that leads to deeper pondering. Each "Daily Reading" includes a passage of Scripture along with a short selection (or a few short selections) ... Book Review: A Year with G. K. Chesterton 365 Days of Wisdom, Wit, and Wonder by Kevin Belmonte

Kathy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/18 Michael Carter wrote: "Since Christianity broke the heart of the world and mended it, one cannot really be a pagan;one can only be an anti-Christian."G.K. ChestertonTo 'sum up' G.K. Chesterton in one volume is akin to eating an elephant, and Kevin Belmonte has done an admirable job of providing the reader with bite-sized ... A Year With G.K. Chesterton

Michael's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/13 ashertopia wrote: G.K. Chesterton has an amazing, and mostly forgotten, capacity for intelectual wit and a book that proposes offering a daily dose of that wit is fine by me. The problem is that it's not much of a devotional, which is what this book is trying to be. Each day you get a brief Bible verse and a devotional ... Not a Devotional

ashertopia's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/11 Linda Wightman wrote: Since I had an obligation to review the book for its publisher, I couldn't really spread the readings out over 365 days—not that I would have exercised that much self-control anyway. Still, it was a delight, mostly. The selections themselves are fully delightful, mostly unknown to me, and interspersed ... A Year with G.K. Chesterton

Linda's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/2 Marc Buxton wrote: I found this compilation to be a bit lacking. I do not believe this format does justice to the great authorship of Chesterton. The best part of each days reading are the passages from the Bible. And while the Bible is certainly hard to beat (okay, impossible to beat!), a book focusing on Chesterton’s ... Good in theory....

Marc's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/26 Jennifer DuBois wrote: The subtitle of this book is “365 Days of Wisdom, Wit, and Wonder”--it can hardly be better described. A Year with G.K. Chesterton, edited by Kevin Belmonte, is a collection of this brilliant author’s writings compiled as a cross between a devotional and an anthology. The book is divided into daily ... Book Review: A Year with G.K. Chesterton

Jennifer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/23 Ben House wrote: I discovered Chesterton too late. It has been over the past ten years that I started reading seriously from G. K. Chesterton’s works and I will never get to where I should be. Education, as my friend George Grant often says, begins with repentance. I am truly sorry that I did not start reading Chesterton ... How Big was G. K. Chesterton

Ben 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/20 gadfly1974 wrote: If you’re a fan of G.K. Chesterton, then you’ll enjoy this book. Mr. Belmonte has compiled many of Chesterton’s best works and divided them into bit-sized pieces. This is quite an accomplishment given Chesterton’s dense style. Every day includes a brief scripture reading, and many days include ... A worthwhile read

gadfly1974's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/12 Quieted Waters wrote: Certain types of books are always difficult to review: study Bibles, commentaries, and how-to books are all on that list for me. So, too, are year-long readers. Whether they be devotionals or selected excerpts from a famous author, books that require 365 days of reading are inevitably difficult to review ... Great Quotes, but Narrow Appeal

Quieted Waters' Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/2 Amanda Holmes wrote: With a new year, comes the chance to pick up a new devotion to guide one's Christian walk. A Year With G. K. Chesterton gives fans a chance to read excerpts from different articles and books Chesterton wrote. The devotions are set up in an interesting combination of Chesterton, scripture, and the author's ... A Year With G. K. Chesterton

Amanda's Rating:

4 Stars