Tag Archives: Martin Luther King

“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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Recapturing the Vision of Martin Luther King, Jr.

As our nation gets ready to honor the life and contribution of another great American, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., some 45 years after his untimely death, another look at Dr. King’s vision with a view to recapturing … Continue reading

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The Hole in Jonathan Edwards Holiness

Jonathan Edwards remains something of a polarizing figure on the pages of church history.  For those who have either read him or read about him, will no doubt be immediately impressed with his brilliant mind, a mind often considered one of … Continue reading

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