The Ball and the Cross by G. K. Chesterton
By Russell Taylor
"The novel is a shattering answer to the lukewarm, a trumpet call to sturdiness of faith among dogmatists and skeptics. Read it and you will feel the exhilaration of conviction. You will learn perhaps the joy of real opposition in which, if you hate, you must at the same time respect. The only thing you will no longer be able to respect is the listless torpid dullness of the indifferent." – The Harvard Monthly
This edition includes an essay from Current Literature.