Brent Hebert introduces this talk…
He says he had the pleasure of meeting George Grant 2 or 3 years ago at the For God & Truth Conference in Trinity, Alabama.
Brent adds, “It has been said that if you want to know the heart and love of a pastor, take a glimpse at his library and the books he reads. One glimpse at George’s library, it is easy to tell that he loves theology, history and politics….”
Then— “Second to Thomas Chalmers, George’s favorite author would be that of G.K. Chesterton.”
G.K. Chesterton was an early 20th century English writer, philosopher and theologian and perhaps the most quotable writer.
In today’s podcast, George takes a look at “Things Worth Doing” and his sense of wonder.
(This talk was first delivered at R.C. Sproul’s 2002 Ligonier Ministries conference.)
For more info on developing a worldview by diving deep into Scripture, download the free Colossians study of the Keystones at https://georgegrant.net/Colossians