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When I was reading Water from an Ancient Well, I sometimes felt like I taking a spiritual pilgrimage to Cano Cristales, the most beautiful river in the world or the river of five colors. Located near the town of La Macarena in Colombia, South America, the river is famous for its colorful blotches of blue, green, black, and red causing some to call it the river that ran away to paradise. If you want to run away to paradise for a couple of days, and drink living water from a source unlike any other, read Kenneth McIntosh's deeply satisfying book. ----Leonard Sweet, best-selling author and professor.
This book offers profound insights into a very different way of living our Christianity. Kenneth McIntosh invites us to imitate the Celtic saints who were aware of God as a living presence in everybody and everything. If we were to take seriously what he offers us in this book, we would experience a paradigm shift in our approach to spirituality. ----Dara Malloy, author, Celtic Priest and Monk on Inis Mor in the Aran Islands, Ireland; author of The Globalisation of God: Celtic Christianity's Nemesis.
The author writes with humility; he does not prescribe. In the process, he takes us to places made sacred by inspired believers, depicting their lives as a romance that proved itself in everyday things. He invites us to enter into a similar divine love affair that involves the whole of life. This book could become a classic. ----Ray Simpson, author of Soul Friendship and Celtic Daily Light: A Spiritual Journey Through the Year; Founding Guardian of the International Community of Aidan and Hilda and Principal Tutor of its Celtic Christian Studies program.
I read a lot of Celtic Christianity books and lead a Celtic Spirituality Worship service. This is one of the best books on the subject I have read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ben Rogers
Awesome and wonderful. This is one I will read over and over againPublished 2 months ago by Sandra S. Bright
Great insightful read deep in the Celtic tradition of viewing the whole of creation as the spiritual journey.Published 3 months ago by Dorinda Cassiday
This book is well written and interesting, it has a Christian basis to it, and is very interesting.Published 3 months ago by Sharon Buermann
Book was very informative. It provided good information about Celtic Spirituality.Published 12 months ago by Liblis
A 3 week trip to Scotland, Ireland and Wales does not make one an 'expert' on Celtic Spirituality. Some basic facts on Celtic thought, around which are woven any number of... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Beverley.
Superbly written and well researched. I recommend this book for anyone who wants to know more about Celtic Christianity and how it applies to the modern lifestyle.Published 14 months ago by Joseph S. Hogan