Believe: D/L Course
Believe - Reflections on the Creed is a six-part series exploring the treasures of our faith as expressed in the Nicene Creed. It is suitable for use with the new English translation. Ideal for Lent, RCIA, small groups, CaFE courses and schools, it is presented by David Payne in various locations including the Holy Land, Nicaea, Rome, Oxford, Cambridge and London.
Each session lasts approximately 35 minutes and features several interviews with prominent men and women of faith.
- Session 1 - Why we believe
- Session 2 - How we believe
- Session 3 - The Almighty Father
- Session 4 - The Lord Jesus Christ
- Session 5 - The Holy Spirit and the Church
- Session 6 - The Coming Kingdom
There are also testimonies from lay people, Scripture and Catechism quotations, questions for discussion and times of prayerful reflection.
When you purchase a download we will send you an email with the download instructions. These contain a link to a folder with the files to be downloaded plus the password required. The downloaded files are designed for individual use and the link should not be shared with anyone else. Please be aware that the files are large and require fast internet access, e.g. broadband. There are 6 files - in total 5Gb.
If, having bought this course as a download, you then decide to buy the DVD Course set itself, please phone us and we will charge you just the difference in price between what you've already spent and the full set price.
If you purchase a download and for whatever reason you fail to download successfully we will refund your payment in full. Please call or email us if this is the case.
Following a posthumous investigation into Jean Vanier of L'Arche, we have removed the short interview with him that appeared in Session 6 of the DVD product. However, there remains short extracts of this interview at the beginning of Sessions 1 and 4 and in the Trailer. We are unable to re-edit and so we recommend that you fast forward through these.
Please note that the UK DVD players use PAL format, whereas North America uses NTSC. Both PAL and NTSC work with PCs.