A fascinating study of the native Christian faith of the British Isles which captures the essence of Celtic Christianity, its origins and its development, its continuing legacy and recent revival. Practiced by the people of the British Isles between the departure of the Romans and the arrival of the Normans, Celtic Christianity was unique in its spirituality, theology and structures – it was a gentle, mystical, affirmative and holistic faith, firmly biblical and practised by the Desert FathersĀ  while assimilating many pagan beliefs and practices. The Celtic knot, with its endlessly interweaving and intertwining patterns is believed to be the key to understanding Celtic Christianity. The Celtic Way is recognised as the most authoritative, accessible and well-balanced introduction to the native Christian faith of the British Isles.