Item description for Trouble in the Barnyard by Earl W. Carter, Sr....
This book is a metaphorical Biblical account of headship in the home and how personal relationships within the home affect society.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.12" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 159160026X ISBN13 9781591600268
Availability 0 units.
More About Earl W. Carter, Sr.
Rev. Earl W. Carter, Jr. is the founder and senior pastor of Christ Ministries Church of God in Christ, Orlando, FL. Rev. Carter has been a national evangelist in the Church of God in Christ for more than twenty-five years. Author of the best selling book. No Apology Necessary, Rov. Carter is also a popular conference speaker and University lecturer.
Earl W. Carter currently resides in Orlando, in the state of Florida.
Reviews - What do customers think about Trouble in the Barnyard?
No Apology necessary? Why Not? Jun 27, 2005
Carter attempts to biblically justifies slavery by jumping around the bible, and pulling anything together to seem like fact. He believes that we are the children of Canaan, (son of Ham) and that we were cursed for the Idol worship that went on in Ancient Egypt. Carter is very articulate in his writtings, but I wonder if he truly believes what he has written. I recently began a journey on my own of black history because I had never really learned anything about anyone but MLK. If I had read this book before I learned on my own, I would really be ashamed of being black, and feel inferior to all whites. (As my school upbringing had already made me feel as a child)
I would not suggest reading this book. I would not suggest letting your kids read this book until they are older and have a good self image. He claims that God lifted Europeans up intentionally to enslave us, as a punishment for idol worship. But, some of these claims he makes are for periods of time that are so far apart-its almost sad. But, he seems so knowledgable, that most would think he is writting nothing but truth. This is what was preached to justify slavery long ago.
I spoke with several people about this book, and my favorite response was "insane negro, doing the masters work for his plate of Alpo"