A site dedicated to G.K. Chesterton, his friends, and the writers he influenced: Belloc, Baring, Lewis, Tolkien, Dawson, Barfield, Knox, Muggeridge, and others.
It’s the anniversary of Lepanto.
Hey, this has absolutely no relationship to anything, but I figured this would be the place to ask - do any of Chesterton's works have imprimatur / nihil obstat?
Heroe de Lepanto, Miguel de Cervantes
Love this day.Lily
BAN THESE KUFFAR DREAMS!There are reports that Jesus is appearing to Muslims in dreams and converting them to Christianity:http://www.amightywind.com/fastfood/dreams/040723muslimdreams.htm http://www.jesusvisions.org/chapt08.shtml http://www.isaalmasih.net/ What are the Religious Police doing about it? How come this sort of stuff can get through censorship into Islamic countries? Can't the authorities put up some kind of dream firewall? Most likely the Jooooooooz are behind it since they control all the media. And wasn't Jesus a Joooooo?
religion of pieces:please think cheerful thoughts before posting your comments here.thank you so much.
Michael Novak published an article "Remembering Lepanto" in National Review Online. (and GKC's poem gets mentioned)link to Novak's Oct 7 article
Anonymous:Sorry no one answered your question. I would have, but I don't know the answer. I will tell you this, though: I have over thirty GKC books, and none of them have the imprimatur, and I've never heard of any of them having the imprimatur.
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