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Orthodoxy

Narrated by: John Franklyn-Robbins
Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins
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Summary

Orthodoxy was named as one of Publishers Weekly’s 10 indispensable spiritual classics of the past 1500 years. It is the personal journal of one man’s search for understanding culminating in his conversion to Catholicism. Written with wisdom and wit, G.K. Chesterton captures the very nature of faith.

©1994, 2001 Harold Shaw Publishers (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Blayne Thomas Dennis
  • 17-02-18

Near perfect

The combination of Chesterton and John Franklyn-Robbins is incomparable. It my audible library it is second only to "The Everlasting Man," also by Chesterton and orated by John Franklyn-Robbins.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-04-17

A life long re-reader

Chesterton managed to be both comprehensive as well as just plain magical. A must read for any human!

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  • A. Arnwine
  • 09-06-15

Amazing

Truly a great work of apologetics and loved the narrator! Highly recommend this audible. Worth the purchase.

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  • James Hammell
  • 02-05-15

Christianity versus everything else

An analytical trip through the mind of the 'Apostle of Common Sense' as to why he chose Christianity over everything else. Not as easy to follow as 'Mere Christianity', by CS Lewis, but a good alternate method and perspective (and Catholic).

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