10 Questions: Jimmy Carter

Nobel Prize winner and 39th President Jimmy Carter on Israel, Iran and teaching Sunday school

Chris Stanford

Your new book, Through the Year with Jimmy Carter, is a collection of devotionals. You've been a Sunday-school teacher for 35 years?

Longer than that. I started teaching when I was 18 years old, as a midshipman at the Naval Academy in Annapolis. And now I teach at our local church here in Plains. We only have 635 people in Plains, and we have 11 churches full.

Should voters care about the faith of candidates?

I think moral values would be a better way, but I don't see how you can separate faith from moral values. I...

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