Following The Celtic Way

A New Assessment of Celtic Christianity

Ian Bradley

978 0 232 53341 5 |March 2018
Paperback |192 pp |216 x 135 mm
Price: £12.99

Marking the 25th anniversary of Ian Bradley’s classic The Celtic Way – the scholarly and accessible popular introduction to Celtic Christianity – Following the Celtic Way is a completely new book that replaces the original. It incorporates the wisdom garnered by Bradley over more than thirty years of research, lecturing, broadcasting and retreat-leading, and identifies the themes of the Celtic Way which are most relevant to and can be followed today by twenty-first century Christians. The core chapters are: ‘Marks of the Church and the Faithful’, ‘Attributes of God’, ‘Our Appropriate Responses’ and ‘Ways Forward for the Church’.

Ian Bradley is Principal of St Mary's College at the School of Divinity, University of St Andrews. He teaches and has published many books in the areas of contemporary British Christianity, Scottish Christianity, Celtic Christianity, worship, hymnody, religion and popular culture and broader cultural history. Previously, he has been Head of Religious Broadcasting for BBC Scotland and a political journalist for The Times.
ISBNs: 9780232533415 978-0-232-53341-5 Title: following the celtic way