"All the great groups that stood about the Cross represent in one way or another the great historical truth of the time; that the world could not save itself."
The Everlasting Man is a rumination on the history of mankind, Christ and Christianity. In this book, Chesterton puts his mind to the task of illustrating the spiritual journey of humanity. The thesis of The Everlasting Man proposes that though Christ was a man, he was a man like no other. Appraising this book, C.S. Lewis confessed that this book was instrumental in "baptizing" his intellect.
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