Continuing the discussion from Is Postmodernism An Inherently Atheistic Philosophy?:
This last year, I’ve been reading King and thinking about him a lot. He comes up often in my writing and my speaking.
Tell us more about MLK. What do you remember of him?
He also would want us to remember that some white ministers were against him, but also other white ministers were with him. That was important to him, and he reminded people of that always. Though, I do agree that much of the white fundamentalist-evangelical church should have done more; they should have have fought for integration instead of defending segregation.
Why do you think MLK was a great man? What made him good?
Why do you think he studied theology?