I enjoy reading about the lives of the saints. Their heroic virtue, and even moreso - their humble simplicity - offers lessons for every day living. But, I want to expand into other types of works. G.K. Chesterton came to mind, but I see that his works are various. He has written everything from stories to philosophical type works.
If you are a Chesterton reader, I would like to hear where you think I should start if I want to get introduced to his works Tell me why I should start there.
When I browse the selections I get dizzy wondering whether some things should be read in sequence. Should I go according to when they were written?
What say you?
Please note that there could be a delay in moderating, so bear with me. I'll try to moderate as time permits.
I may have more questions as answers come in. Hopefully, it will be informative for others who have never read Chesterton.
The obedient are not held captive by Holy Mother Church; it is the disobedient who are held captive by the world!