Author Ken Carter Releases New Book ‘Theosophy 1’

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Candid chronicling proclaims "pure worship is needed if everlasting life is the goal."

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Author Ken Carter endeavors to reach out and challenge readers’ belief and religious understanding in his new book, “Theosophy 1: Harmony” (published by Xlibris), tackling people’s greatest questions about God, the Bible and human beings' relationship with the Holy. Having watched and followed religion all his life, the author offers readers an extensive and honest exploration about God in life and living.

Unique, fresh and relevant, “Theosophy 1” presents a point of view that takes away some of the doubt and mysteries involved in finding out how God may truly stand on issues involving the human race. This publication incites readers to search for the knowledge, understanding and wisdom that God looks for in each person no matter what is being said.

“There are many books trying to explain the God-Man relationship. I never quite trusted the conventional ways of worshiping God because there are always points of differences that makes it either too simple yet still complicated,” Carter explains. “I studied the Bible under various groups and there was always something missing. I think the truth is revealed through spiritual concentrations.”

Most of what people understand has been handed down and accepted without question or search, Carter believes. “Theosophy 1” offers a reminder that every individual should examine what s/he is told closely. Through the pages of this book, the author extends to readers “revelation, inspiration, understanding and a clearer knowledge of our creator. For pure worship is needed if everlasting life is the goal.”

“Theosophy 1”
By Ken Carter
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781514483442
E-Book | 80 pages | ISBN 9781514483435
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Ken Carter was born in Greenville to Reverend Franklin E. and Vivian Elnora Carter on the east side of the city in a neighborhood called Fieldcrest Village. He grew up around many preachers and teachers. Carter attended several elementary schools and high schools, finally graduating from J. L. Mann High. He went into the army during the Vietnam War but did stateside service. His interest in writing began when he attended Greenville Technical College. He studied, listened and tried his best to gather all of the knowledge he could about God, life and living.

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