King: Churches Preserve, Don’t Oppose Status Quo

King: Churches Preserve, Don’t Oppose Status Quo

Is the church the hope of the world? Most Christians would likely respond with an immediate and resounding, “Yes.” When Martin Luther King Jr. asked and answered this question for a sermon writing exercise while a student at Crozer Theological Seminary in 1948, his...
Look Back | King: Religious Freedom Champion

Look Back | King: Religious Freedom Champion

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We Need Constellating Light to Follow King’s Path

We Need Constellating Light to Follow King’s Path

Admiring Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream is not the same as being captured by it. Too many find it possible to respect the man but relinquish the mission. It has become too easy to revere the dreamer but renege on the dream. So, let us now recall the deep roots...
King, Heschel: Fast Friends and Activists

King, Heschel: Fast Friends and Activists

Ten days before he was murdered, Martin Luther King Jr. addressed the convention of the Rabbinical Assembly, the gathering of rabbis from the Conservative Movement (denomination). He came at the invitation of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. The two men had become fast...
I Am the Dream

I Am the Dream

EthicsDaily spent the week in Little Rock, Arkansas, filming a promotional video for Arkansas Baptist College. The historically black college was founded in 1884 as the Minister’s Institute by the Colored Baptists of Arkansas. The primary objective was to train...