“There are an infinity of angles at which one falls, only one at which one stands” (Chesterton)

When Chesterton wrote his book Orthodoxy (1908), he was still Protestant but like many other Catholic converts, several years before crossing the threshold (1922) he already admired how the good doctrine (ortho doxa) was profound and coherent. He called the heresies dull, and of course they are. Catholicism’s truly divine equilibrium is so fascinating and fills the mind so overwhelmingly that every heresy is pale and utterly boring in comparison.
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