The Freedom of the Vow
By Karl Schmude
Karl Schmude discusses Chesterton’s paradoxical understanding of the nature of the vow - that it is a binding promise which is finally liberating for the person who makes...
The Cultural Mind of Christopher Dawson
By Thomas V. Gourlay
Tom Gourlay reviews a recent study of Dawson and stresses the perennial importance and value of his thought.
The Fragility of Freedom
By Gary Furnell
Gary Furnell reviews a recent book on the principle of subsidiarity by the Melbourne businessman and author, Peter Fenwick
Chesterton and the Celtic Punk Musician
By Emily de Rotstein
Emily de Rotstein, Executive Director of The Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton in America, discusses the impact of Chesterton’s ideas on a present-day Celtic punk musician, Matthew Kelly.
Baptising the Imagination – The Impact of George MacDonald
By Richard Egan
Richard Egan ponders the influence of the 19th century Scottish minister and author, George MacDonald, on Chesterton and C.S. Lewis.
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Karl Schmude reports on the project of a Sydney film-maker, Elvis Joseph, who has adapted for the screen Chesterton’s first play, Magic, which is due to premiere in 2021.