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Carson and Woods: True Inspiration vs. Tarnished Image

What do these two men have in common?  After reading about them both recently, I’d have to say:  not too much.

Dr. Ben Carson, neurosurgeon

Tiger Woods, golf pro


Like many of our readers, I became aware of Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins University when my brother posted his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast this past February. Soon after, I purchased his autobiography, Gifted Hands, for my e-reader. It’s a fast read and a fascinating story which I’ve been enjoying in the stolen moments I’ve had for reading this week.

[For an even briefer bio of this remarkable man, read here.]

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