The Medicine of God

Book cover: 'The Medicine of God'
Author(s): 
Bruce Carroll
Copyright: 
1996
Publisher: 
Regina Martyrum Productions
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Review: 

The Medicine of God is an audio drama (on one cassette) in the style of old-time radio shows - with full cast, music and sound effects. This is the biblical story of Tobit, an upright man who trusted in God and the adventures of his son, Tobias, who was led by a stranger - who turned out to be St. Raphael the Archangel - to a new city and a new life. There is a theme of Divine Providence and the need to trust in God that runs throughout the story. This story is a particularly important one to Catholics as it is one of only a few books that are included in Catholic bibles, but not Protestant ones. Your whole family will be edified and entertained by this production. This particular story is a favorite with my children.

Perspective: 
Catholic
Additional notes: 

45 minutes, audio cassette

Review Date: 
1999
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