I have to say, I’m a bit intrigued by Celtic Theology. I started my journey through Celtic Theology with The Book of Creation by J. Philip Newell and came across this quote in the introduction:
It is not, however, until late in the fourth century that distinct characteristics of Celtic Christianity began to emerge. The first teacher of note in the Celtic tradition was a monk by the make of Pelagius, which in the Welsh was rendered ‘Morgan’ or ‘Morien’. For over 1500 years, his name has been identified with the heresy ‘Pelagianism’, condemned for its supposed teaching that humanity is capable of saving itself without the aid of divine grace. As we shall see, Pelagius did not teach this. (xvi-xvii)
Interesting…I look forward to seeing how Newell plays this out.