For Carter, faith is a central goal that people ought to have on which to base their lives, and he has been heavily influenced by several well-known people in his life that have shaped his understanding of faith. For him, faith is something that must provide optimism for all people.
About the Author
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Jimmy Carter was the 39th US president (1977-1981). In 1982, he and his wife Rosalynn Carter created The Carter Center, which focuses on improving life for people around the globe. His 30 books include A Call to Action, A Full Life, and An Hour Before Daylight.