I want to start reading G.K. Chesterton. What do I need to be aware of?
The title pretty much says it all.
I want to start reading G.K. Chesterton's apologetic works, but I would like a small primer on what I need to know/be aware of before I start reading his work. I am aware that he converted over to the Roman Catholic Church later in his life, but is there anything else I should look out for? I know that most well-read Christians tend to look at him favorably, and I have heard some reformed theologians quote him on a few occasions, so if he is worth reading, I would like to try and learn a bit from his writings.
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