Tag Archives: Jr.

Liberty University President sends the wrong Message about Guns

“If some of those people in that community center had what I have in my back pocket right now…,” “I’ve always thought that if more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those Muslims before they walked in … Continue reading

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“The Church was very Powerful”

The following is an excerpt from Letter From Birmingham Jail, which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote in longhand as a response to some religious leaders of the South.  I believe the contemporary church can learn from this: There was … Continue reading

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An Excerpt from “Drum Major Instinct” by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Here is an excerpt from the “Drum Major Instinct sermon, given in February 1968, two months before King’s assassination.  Excerpts from this sermon were played at his nationally televised funeral service: “If any of you are around when I have … Continue reading

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When a Former Baptist embraces Infant Baptism

On Saturday, a couple days back, fellow blogger Will Lee wrote about the great joy and privilege of he and his wife, as their daughter, Julia, was about to be baptized the next day, being Sunday. At first, Will admits to the difficulties … Continue reading

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