Dr. Carter doesn't like to toot his own horn. However, he was born into a devout, very poor Christian family of tenant farmers. They prayed a lot. He noticed nothing they prayed for ever
manifested, a fact which influenced much of his later research and writing endeavors. He enlisted in the Air Force to get the GI Bill so he could go to college. After a total of 28 years of schools and universities, he became a philosopher, scientist and amateur historian, worlds in which proof is paramount. Contrary to the picture herewith, he is now in his seventies. He has written (principally for the fun of it) eighteen books and manuals. Among them, The House of Wade Sherman, Foxx Wise Private Eye, Piankhy’s People From Emperors To Slaves To Freedom (an African-American history), and The Great Christian Myths, A Comparative Analysis of Christian Religion Frauds. Six years in the research and writing, this is a book which exposes clearly the reason why the return
on the family’s praying was so terribly weak.