This is a difficult one, because there is so much to learn from GK Chesterton. What about the part in Heretics where he gave a tightly-reasoned argument for the fact that bigots are those without clear beliefs? What about the part in The Napoleon of Notting Hill where he made a strong case for religious wars as the only defensible kind of war there is?
There are just two things I’d like to focus on for now, though. I still vividly remember the first time I read a GK Chesterton novel. It was The Napoleon of Notting Hill, and it began, “The human race, to which so many of my readers belong…”