According to Chesterton, what happens when men deny their inherent sinfulness? What are the philosophical and theological repercussions? How does this belief separate men from each other?
Compile the examples Chesterton gives from Bernard Shaw's writings and speeches. What kind of thinker is Shaw? How does he differ from Chesterton? How is he similar?
Why is solemnity more natural to man than laughter is? How is this related to Chesterton's claim that man is fundamentally joyful?
Why does Chesterton say that progress must have a fixed goal? What happens if the goal changes? How is this question related to the ideas of reform versus evolution?
What are the differences between man and animal? Why does Chesterton assert these differences? How does his conclusion differ from those of the pagan thinkers?
If life is to be a fairy tale, there must be a balance between fear and wonder, as...
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