Martin Luther King, Jr. was many things, a civil rights activist, nonviolent
protestor, organizer, teacher, son, husband, father, and a black man. Many
forget that he was first, a Christian Southern Baptist minister and preacher.
His religious faith informed his ethical actions. After reading selections from
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, Letters from the Birmingham Jail,
explore the role of Christian ethics in King’s actions during the turbulent
times in the South in the 1960s. Consider the following:
Reference: 800 words and references needed
King Jr., M. L. (1963). Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
Retrieved from EBSCOhost database Academic Search Elite. Letters from
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