Posts Tagged Martin Luther King

MLK’s Seminary Papers Prove He was not a Scholar–or Believer!

A person’s writing reveals much about himself or herself. I have spent many days reading Martin Luther King’s Crozer Seminary papers. They are very revealing as to what he believed and what his motives were. Note that these are not emails or notes to friends but academic papers with the presumption of scholarship. Furthermore, he […]

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Does Truth Matter Anymore?

Truth to unprincipled people is like salt to a slug. It destroys them, but to honorable people it is their foundation for life. Truth is essential for developing a vibrant nation, especially necessary for politicians, preachers, professors, and performers who give direction to a nation. A lie doesn’t become truth with time, talk, or twisting. […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: Whitewashed by Radical Leftists!

When tyrants take control of a free society they always do two things: they take guns from everyone and rewrite history. They make the tyrants into national saviors and turn those opposed to tyranny into thugs. This rewriting of history is happening as I write. Martin Luther King, Jr. has been reworked, repackaged, and remade […]

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Black Preacher-Friend Accuses Me of Racism!

It shocked me to my depths! I was having lunch in an Indianapolis restaurant with my pastor and an old friend who was a famous local black pastor and his black friend, a chaplain at the Indianapolis jail. At that lunch I was called a racist to my face for the first time although I […]

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Christian Website Goes Ballistic Over my Column Dealing with Christianity Today and Martin Luther King!

My column, “Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?” was totally on target, without error. In fact, almost all my charges were supported by King’s people in Atlanta, King’s very friendly biographer, King’s best friend, FBI tapes, etc. However, my column was politically incorrect. But then, I thought the media, especially […]

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Was Martin Luther King, Jr. a Good Man?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my old columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, insightful, and sometimes inspirational. Following is a column from 2008.  My new, brief eBook, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Judged by His Character, Not His Color! is now available at Amazon.com for $3.99.   Martin Luther King’s statement that a person should be judged by his […]

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Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?

I read the June issue of Christianity Today with some pleasure after filtering out the New Evangelical drivel that is often spouted on various pages. As an Independent Baptist Fundamentalist who advocates “responsible, biblical militancy,” I would obviously disagree with the loosey-goosey theology, lack of ecclesiastical separation, lack of promotion of godly living, etc. However, […]

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Obama’s Loss or Win: Will The Cities burn?

I am not a prophet, fortune-teller, or soothsayer, nor am I clairvoyant. But I do know people and history. Upon that foundation I will “stick my neck out” and predict major problems in our largest cities for 48 hours after November 6 whether Obama wins or loses! Detroit, Newark, Los Angeles, and New York will […]

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