The Catholic Church and Conversion Gilbert K. Chesterton Imprimatur (Orig. 1926). Introduction by Hilaire Belloc. “The Church is a house with a hundred gates; and no two men enter at exactly the same angle.” One of the many great converts to the Church, no one explains and tells the story better than GKC. His explanation of conversion through the intellect and heart, along with many interesting anecdotes, is universal and timeless. Chapter headings in the book include: The Obvious Blunders, The Real Obstacles, The World Inside Out, The Exception Proves the Rule and A Note on Present Prospects. Chesterton’s expertise, intellegence and wit envelope this great book. Sewn signatures, 60 lb. cream paper, 115 pages, gold embossed hardcover.
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