Discovering Celtic Christianity - Its Roots, Relationships, and Relevance

Perfect for those who love to travel, this book brings to life the Celtic saints and the sites where Christianity blossomed through exciting narrative, tells about the Celtic Way and how such people as Patrick, David, Hilda,Aidan, and Columba (Iona)practiced it in Ireland and the British Isles, and indicates how people today have received great spiritual inspiration from the Celtic Way. More

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About Bruce Reed Pullen

Dr. Bruce Pullen holds degrees from Rutgers University, Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Princeton Theological Seminary. and Palmer Theological Seminary. He has served parishes in Hopewell, New Jersey; Burlington, Iowa; Alton, Illinois; Westfield, Massachusetts; Williamstown, Massachusetts; New London, New Hampshire; Wyben, Massachusetts; and Warrenville, Illinois. Dr. Pullen was born in Princeton, New Jersey and ordained nearby in 1970. Judith and Bruce Pullen have been married for over fifty years. They have two daughters, Beth, who lives in Streamwood, Illinois and Bonnie who lives in Woodstown, New Jersey. Bonnie is married to Michael Eggenburg. They have two children, Seth and Brittany who is married to Dan Smith. The Pullens moved to Elgin, Illinois in 2006.
Dr. Pullen contracted polio in 1949; he now walks with aid of two canes. His hobbies include: travel especially to Great Britain, Ireland and Wales; photography; classical music; and model railroading. Dr. Pullen first joined Rotary International in the 1960's. One of its goals is to eradicate polio.

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