Spread throughout the book, according to The Star, are history lessons, with insights over the ancient tensions between Jews and Christians, the roles of politicians and prophets in biblical times, and the impact of martyrs and apostles on Christianity’s spread across the globe.
Having lived almost 91 and a half years, I’ve been mindful of the following work from an unknown source: “Faith makes the uplook good, the outlook bright, the inlook favorable, and the future glorious.”
I, therefore, claim this faith for 2012 and thank The Star for its work about Carter’s latest book. They’re indeed challenging.
John A. Vanderford