Dr. Ray is back, as he relates the story of his return to the Catholic Church after 10 years as an Evangelical Protestant. Christian Apologetics has never been so entertaining... or logical.
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Study Guide Summary
The Study Guide is 33-pages and carefully coordinated with the DVD program. The questions and answers and written for teen and adults. The Study Guide is available FREE as a PDF download, (no purchase required) or we will print it out for you and mail it with the DVD for a few extra bucks. See the separate order buttons at the right.
DVD Summary Why Be Catholic?(55 min. with English SUBTITLES)
Chapters and stories include:
Golfing with Jesus & Moses
Wife's 1st Confession
A System Must be Consistent
Scripture & Truth
What are the Basics?
Who has More Holy Spirit?
What Did Jesus Say?
Early Church Beliefs
Catholics Need Better Sound Bites
Jesus was a Good Moral Teacher?
Physics 101 Meets "The Eucharist"
Unchanging Moral Standards
Catholic Dads Aren't Wimps (30 min.) Chapters and stories include:
"Is this a Club or what?"
Dad's "Giving" Psychology
Be the Man
Catholic Dads Aren't Wimps is an abbreviated presentation of Dr. Ray's 95 minute comedy stand-up routine on parenting titled "You're a Better Parent Than You Think", also available through Nineveh's Crossing. "Catholic Dads Aren't Wimps" has new material from the life of a family "shrink," but it is not subtitled. "You're a Better Parent...", however, is English subtitled -- there's no other way to catch all the words and jokes of this phenomenal family storyteller. In "Catholic Dads Aren't Wimps," recorded before a men's conference, Dr. Ray encourages Dads to be men of leadership, integrity, and humor. (Is there another way?)
Together, these two programs make a great gift to dads who are struggling with their Catholic faith and fatherhood. But it is just plain valuable family training, and great entertainment. Watch it with your kids (if they're living at home) and get extra copies for your kids that have moved on.
Directed by Stan Williams
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