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Celtic Christianity: Ecology and Holiness ➩ Celtic Christianity: Ecology and Holiness Ebook ➯ Author Christopher Bamford – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk This anthology of legends evokes the spirit of the Celtic Christianity The stories of the Celtic saints are interspersed with verses, prayers and sayings attributed to them, including Patrick, Brigit, This anthology of legends evokes the Ecology and eBook ´ spirit of the Celtic Christianity The stories of the Celtic saints are interspersed with verses, prayers and sayings attributed to them, including Patrick, Brigit, Brendan, Columba, Aidan and Cuthbert.

  • Hardcover
  • 143 pages
  • Celtic Christianity: Ecology and Holiness
  • Christopher Bamford
  • 08 January 2019
  • 0863155146

About the Author: Christopher Bamford

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10 thoughts on “Celtic Christianity: Ecology and Holiness

  1. Nathan Nathan says:

    The text seems a nice introduction to the major names of Medieval saints from the British Ilse The sampling of texts point to other resources that one can look into and read further As a primer, this book is good.

  2. aaaaaaa aaaaaaa says:

    Title was a lot better than the book.

  3. Kathleen Dixon Kathleen Dixon says:

    This is a book that I bought while I was searching AbeBooks for something else, and it seemed to me that it would be really good and potentially useful Sadly, it wasn t what I expected.The blurb on the back concludes with If the Celtic Church had survived, it is possible that the fissure between Christianity and nature, widening through the centuries, would not have cracked the unity of western man s attitude to the universe. Well, maybe.The stories all take place within life, and life in B This is a book that I bought while I was searching AbeBooks for something else, and it seemed to me that it would be really good and potentially useful Sadly, it wasn t what I expected.The blurb on the back concludes with If the Celtic Church had survived, it is possible that the fissure between Christianity and nature, widening through the centuries, would not have cracked the unity of western man s attitude to the universe. Well, maybe.The stories all take place within life, and life in Britain and Ireland at that time was very much involved in the natural order They didn t have large cities as various parts of the Continent did they didn t have the population centres that require a great deal of organisation If those things had existed there, the Church would probably have become as institutionalised as it did elsewhere.AND, the Cetlic Church didn t survive I would say the times changed so much that it couldn t Now, however, humanity is beginning to turn back to a real recognition of nature ecology, as we call it now and our place within it These odd little stories of Celtic Saints aren t going to help me, however, in giving a message to modern day parishioners

  4. Justin Morgan Justin Morgan says:

    The title is a touch misleading because the book doesn t really tackle ecology or holiness within The Celtic church in any comprehensive way However, it is a great anthology and introduction to the hagiographic mythology of the Celtic saints I could imagine reading this aloud to children at bedtime.

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