Celtic Christianity by Ian Bradley
Making Myths and Chasing Dreams

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The current fascination with Celtic Christianity is the latest manifestation of a lingering love affair stretching back over the last 1300 years. This book explores how the native Christian communities of the British Isles from the fifth to the tenth centuries have been idealized and appropriated by a succeeding generation who have projected their own preconceptions and prejudices onto a perceived "golden age" of Celtic Christianity. It provides a fascinating study of the chasing of dreams and the making of myths.
 

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Ian Bradley is Church of Scotland Minister and teaches at King's College, University of Aberdeen.
 
Published June 12, 1999 by Palgrave Macmillan. 258 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel. Non-fiction

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Yet, as Bradley (The Celtic Way) points out, much of this revival is based on a grand and glorious portrait of a Celtic Christianity that likely never existed.

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