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Voddie Baucham On Barack Obama and Martin Luther King, Jr.

MLK & Russell Moore’s Love Affair with Political Correctness

Russell Moore still is treating Martin Luther King, Jr. as a Christian, and that is just pathetically sad. In his latest post, he even goes so far as deriving what we may learn about preaching the Gospel from the good doctor – who was neither a doctor nor a Christian. This is Christian leadership in […]

Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today is the date, April 4, 1968 that MLK was assassinated. I take no pleasure in such a horrendous act, and certainly do not celebrate the man’s murder. However, I would like to take this opportunity to pour salt – and lyme – on the myth and contrived legacy of ‘Dr.’ [cough] Martin Luther King, […]

7 Myths About Martin Luther King, Jr.

Marcus Epstein dispels seven myths the conservative movement and many Christians have regarding Martin Luther King, Jr. The seven myths are as follows: Myth #1: King wanted only equal rights, not special privileges and would have opposed affirmative action, quotas, reparations, and the other policies pursued by today’s civil rights leadership. Myth # 2: King […]

January 16

Reconsidering Martin Luther King

In April, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. penned, from jail, what is now the well-known Letter from Birmingham Jail. Within that lengthy letter, he wrote these words: There was a time when the church was very powerful. It was during that period that the early Christians rejoiced when they were deemed worthy to suffer for […]

January 19

Martin Luther King Jr.–Unbeliever?

MLK in his own writings: 1) Denies the deity, sonship, virgin birth and bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ 2) Calls the garden of Eden a myth in line with “other oriental religions” and says that science and the Bible are at odds. 3) Did King ever repent and believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Apparently […]

January 17

Stonewall Jackson: Christian, Civil-Rights Leader & Champion of Black Literacy

For those who have drank the kool-aid flowing from the streams of the Lincoln cult and who disdain giving up the myths 1) that slavery and education have always been incompatible (see here for todays example); 2) that Confederate soldiers were ‘all’ fighting to keep their slaves and other such ignorant rubbish, you may not […]

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