Uncommon Sense
Uncommon Sense: The Podcast of the American Chesterton Society, where we talk about all things Chesterton from a Chestertonian perspective. Join the conversation! Feedback welcome: uncommonsensepodcast@gmail.com nancycbrown47@gmail.com

Nancy talks about how she came to adapt the Father Brown stories so younger people could enjoy them, and get a good impression of G.K. Chesterton so that later on, when they need philosophy and theology from the Apostle of Common Sense, they will remember the good mysteries and learn from him.

 

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Direct download: NCB_Father_Brown_Australia.mp3
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Gender Fluidity and Other Heresies is the title of David van Gend's talk given at the Australian Chesterton Society conference on October 20, 2018 at Campion College in Sydney, Australia.

David is a medical GP in Toowoomba, married with three adult sons. For six months, he actually lived on Grove Road in Beaconsfield, five doors down from Top Meadow, the Chesterton's old home. He's pro-life, and pro-family, using his Chestertonian common sense to battle today's heresies.

 

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Direct download: David_Van_Gend_Australia.mp3
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Sophie York gives a talk on the family in Australia today, and Chesterton's thoughts on the subject.

Sophie is a wife and mother of four sons, a lawyer and teacher. She is the national spokeswoman for Marriage Alliance in Australia.

 

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Direct download: Sophie_York_Australia.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00am CDT