G. K. Chesterton was a British writer, philosopher, and literary critic, among other things. Often called the “prince of paradox,” Chesterton spun words with splendor. He read over 10,000 novels, and wrote many books. Orthodoxy is considered one of his classics.
“The Discipleship Gospel Chapter 1” is an except from Bill Hull and Ben Sobels’s book The Discipleship Gospel. What is “The Discipleship Gospel,” also known… Read more »
“Our Way vs. Jesus’ Way of Making Disciples” is an excerpt from Bill Hull and Brandon Cook’s The False Promise of Discipleship. “I hurt with… Read more »