Father Brown and the Absurdity of Truth

In 1910, G.K. Chesterton introduced an amateur detective who was also a Catholic priest named Father Brown. Unlike Sherlock Holmes, who used deductive reasoning and science to solve mysteries, Father Brown used rational thought and intuition into the human heart to unravel baffling crimes. In most of his stories, the setting is either a quaint … More Father Brown and the Absurdity of Truth