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Martin Luther King Changed My World, and I Am Thankful

Between that racially appalling world and this racially imperfect one strode Martin Luther King. He was a rod in the hand of God.

King's Dream: The Good Society and the Moral Law

King's dream was to live in harmony with the moral law as God established it. So this Martin Luther King Day, reflect on that dream — for it is worthy of our aspirations, our hard work, and the same commitment Dr. King showed.

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Several years ago, the earliest recorded sermon of Dr. King was discovered. At the time he delivered it, Feb. 28, 1954, he was still a seminary student. The site was the Second Baptist Church of Detroit. He titled it "Rediscovering Lost Values."

How Should the Gospel Shape Our Understanding of Racial Reconciliation?
How Should the Gospel Shape Our Understanding of Racial Reconciliation?

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  • January 20, 2013 |
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday: Remembering Roy

Celebrating Dr. King's birthday has been different for one author, after knowing young Roy: a boy who succumbed to gang culture

  • Susan J. Knowles |
  • January 18, 2013 |
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The Day He Died

I can honestly say that I grew up fairly colorblind. It began with the great love of my childhood, Catherine...

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 16, 2012 |
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Why King’s Dream Overcame “Christian” White Supremacy

To the churches, especially the churches of the South, Martin Luther King's and the civil rights pioneers' message was, You have to choose: be a Christian or be a white supremacist; you can't be both.

Would Martin Luther King Be Heard Today?

King's argument was based on the worth of a human being bestowed by God regardless of what other humans might have to say. Would such a worldview get a hearing today?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 12, 2012 |
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How to Turn Racism into Gracism

While a racist uses distinctions between people to hurt, a gracist uses them to heal.

Race, Segregation, and Heaven

Enslaved blacks in the old South would look forward to heavenly bliss as compensation and divine retribution for their suffering.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • January 11, 2012 |
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MLK and Religious Freedom

What better way to honor Martin Luther King than to celebrate our religious freedom?

Look What They Left Off the Martin Luther King Memorial

Would the Baptist minister, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., be pleased with his memorial? I doubt it, because they left God out.

  • Dr. Jerry Newcombe |
  • January 11, 2012 |
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The Role of Prayer for Dr. Martin Luther King

Behind the mighty civil rights icon was a strong prayer life, both publicly and privately.

Stereotypes, Generalizations, and Racism

Three helpful, socially relevant exhortations to Christians.

Sin, Civil Rights, and Missions: MLK Day Reflections

Martin Luther King and most of the other great black leaders were cut from a different cloth, one that recognized the biblical doctrine of human depravity as a great antidote to racism, since it makes it harder for us to view others humans—whatever race—as less advantaged before God.

The Sin of Slavery: Christians and the Civil War

How did Christians on both side of the Mason-Dixon Line view slavery? The answers may surprise you.

The Help: Seeing Sin through Cinema

Sometimes we Christians we don't see sin right in front of our faces -- that's where the arts can help us.

Racism and Repentance: One Church's Story

When a church follows cultural instead of scriptural standards, theological troubles are certain to follow, as the conservatives at First Baptist found during segregation times.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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