Argyll Hardback

The Making of a Spiritual Landscape

by Ian Bradley;

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Argyll is the beautiful, wild and inspirational home of Celtic Christianity. It is the spiritual heartland of Scotland and, some would say, of the whole United Kingdom. Until now, no-one has sought to uncover the reasons why the spiritual landscape of Argyll is so distinctively unique, rich and varied. Why is it characterised by a more gentle, liberal, mystical and liturgical Christian culture than the harsher Calvanist evangelism of the neighbouring Highlands and the Western Isles? Why has it produced such a disproportionately large amount of beautiful devotional material? This joyful book, with a cover image by popular artist JoLoMo, is impressionistic and accessible but always of the highest scholarly standards. It reveals the dominant themes and figures in Argyll's spiritual landscape. Ian Bradley's love of Argyll shines through as he takes both a geographical and biographical approach and looks at the interplay of landscape and Christian belief through such figures as Columba, Carswell, sundry Campbells, George Matheson, George MacLeod and others.
Drawing on extensive original research and interviews with a wide variety of people, including many Church of Scotland ministers and lay people, this is an enthralling and fascinating read for all who are interested in Scottish history and identity, Celtic Christianity and Scotland's spiritual heritage.

Argyll by Ian Bradley was published by St Andrew Press in September 2015. The ISBN for Argyll is 9780861539406.

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Details for Argyll

Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherSt Andrew Press (September 2015)
Number of Pages256
Height216 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code4325629
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