Dr. Jim Catanzaro Writes Book On Spiritual Surfing

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Former Chattanooga State Community College President Dr. Jim Catanzaro has written a book on "spiritual surfing."

It was published by Parson's Porch & Company, 121 Holly Trail, NW, Cleveland, Tn.

The book includes a foreword by Dr. Donald O. Clinton, former CEO of the Gallup organization.

Dr. Catanzaro earned a Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University in philosophy of religion.

 His course, Religions of the World as Practiced in America, was selected for inclusion in HippoCampus, the National Repository of America’s highest quality online courses.

His publicist said, "Gallup found two of Dr. Catanzaro’s greatest strengths to be Maximizer and Positivity. He has an intense interest in helping individuals achieve personal well-being."

The full title of the book is "Spiritual Surfing: Riding Life's Turbulent Waves to Victory."

More information on it can be found at

https://www.parsonsporch.com/devotion-books/spiritual-surfing-riding-lifes-turbulent-waves-to-victory-james-catanzaro-1



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