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RELIGION


Celtic Christianity and Nature:  Early Irish and Hebridean Tradition
by Mary Low
the first comprehensive study of nature and the sacred in early medieval Ireland and the Hebrides
pb  232     $24.95

Celtic Crosses of Britain and Ireland
An archealogical overview.
by Malcolm Seaborne
pb  64     $9.95

Celtic Saints
A Pitkin Guide
pb  20  $5.50

A Glasgow Bible
by Jamie Stuart
stories of the Old and New Testament written in the Scots tongue
pb  145     $15.95

Iona:  A Guide to the Monuments
by John G. Dunbar and Ian Fisher.  Revised by Ian Fisher.
Published by HMSO
This colorful guide-book outlines the island's history from St. Columba's day to present times, and explains the development of the sacred sites and historic buildings seen today.
BOBD 130
pb 32pp     $6.95

Life of St. Columba
by Adomnan of Iona
translated with introduction by Richard Sharpe
Adomnan's Life is the fullest early account of Columba's life and ministry, and offers a vivid depiction of the abbot among his own monks, written on the spot by the Saint's own successor one hundred years after Columba's death in 597.  An introduction that accompanies Adomnan's text examines the historical background, archaeological evidence from Iona, and the legends that grew around Columba in the Middle Ages and more recent times.  This is an ideal edition perfect for those seeking spiritual insight or hard historic facts.
BOBD 136
pb 406pp  $19.95

The New Testament in Scots
translated by William Laughton Lorimer
A remarkable translation--not a retelling--of the New Testament in the broad Scots tongue.  Lorimer was an excellent linguist who studied over 120 translations of the New Testament in over 20 different languages to prepare for this wonderful translation of the books of the New Testament from the original directly into the broad Scots spoken today.  A joyful read!
hb  476     $60.00

Saints of Scotland
by Edwin Sprott Towill
pb  238     $14.50

A Wee Guide to Old Churches and Abbeys of Scotland
by Martin Coventry and Joyce Miller
Scotland has a wealth of medieval churches, cathedrals, abbeys, High Crosses, priories, and this Wee Guide puts them in their historic context.  Over 120 places to visit, with maps, photos, and opening details.
pb  88pp     $7.95

 
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