Celtic Christianity: Deconstructed and Reconstructed

13th April - 15th April 2018



25 years on from the publication of his best-selling book, The Celtic Way, Ian Bradley re-assesses Celtic Christianity; exploring the current revival, its manifestations and motivation, establishing what we do know and can say about the faith and practice of Early Medieval insular Christian communities in the British Isles, and considering themes that can be helpful today.

Ian Bradley grew up in South East England and has lived in Scotland for the last 24 years. Educated at Oxford University, he was for eight years a features writer on The Times. He has also been head of religious broadcasting for BBC Scotland and taught at Aberdeen University. He is currently Reader in Church History and Practical Theology in the School of Divinity at St Andrews University, associate minister of Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews and honorary Church of Scotland chaplain at St Andrews University. He is a frequent broadcaster and contributes regularly to the Guardian, Tablet, the Church Times and History Today.

Residential prices start from £230, non-residential from £160. Discount rates for clergy and students apply.

For more information or to book, please call 01244 532350 or email enquiries@gladlib.org.