But if I must choose one of my favorite passages from The Everlasting Man, I suppose it could be this from Part 2, Chapter 3: The Strangest Story in the World:
But I would want to go on with the next brilliance of Chesterton:
See what I mean? Do you have a favorite passage from The Everlasting Man--or would you end up quoting most of any chapter like me?
Since that day it has never been quite enough to say that God is in his heaven and all is right with the world; since the rumor that God had left his heavens to set it right.