This blog is inspired by the image of G.K.Chesterton standing on his head. Imagine a fat English Teddy Roosevelt lookalike complete with drooping moustache and pince nez, a woolen suit, sturdy boots and a goofy hat trying to stand on his head. This is to validate his theory that everything in this crazy, insane world looks more sane when it is turned upside down. Chesterton pioneers this theory in his excellent little book on St Francis, when he write, “any scene, such as a landscape, can sometimes be more clearly and freshly seen if it is upside down.”
This line inspired a book I’ve written called Adventures in Orthodoxy which you can check out at my website .
On this blog, I hope to link with other bloggers who like standing on their head, like my favorite fan, The Curt Jester. I won’t be commenting on everything under the sun, but will comment on things theological, Evangelical Catholical, cultural, heavenly, hellish, hilarious and Anglo-American.
If you’re out there, and want to comment drop a line. If you want to learn more about this blogger among millions of bloggers check out the bio page on my website: