Former President Jimmy Carter writing book about religious faith
NEW YORK — Former President Jimmy Carter is working on a book about his religious faith.
Simon & Schuster announced Wednesday that Carter's "Faith: A Journey for All" will tell of how religion has sustained him and what role it plays in society. Carter, 93, said in a statement that he wanted to explore faith's "far-reaching effect."
#ArchivesResolutions Read more books this year! First kid Amy Carter was always an avid reader. Here, she entertains herself while then-Gov. Carter watches the Hawks beat the Lakers 2/6/74. OTD: https://t.co/xDp171NbiK Photo courtesy Atlanta History Center. #ArchivesHashtagParty pic.twitter.com/WdlOKp4PM9— Jimmy Carter Library (@CarterLibrary) January 12, 2018
Carter has been a prolific author since leaving the presidency in 1981. He has written memoirs, fiction, poetry and policy books. His memoir "An Hour Before Daylight" was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2002.
"Faith" is scheduled to come out in March.