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5.0 out of 5 stars A fabulous collection of soul-stirring preaching., 23 Mar 1999
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A fabulous collection of soul-stirring preaching by one of this century's finest preachers. Many people know King as a great political leader, fiery orator, and creative organizer. This collection of sermons will convince the world that King was first and foremost an anointed preacher. His sermons ring with authenticity and resound with relevancy. Kings messages speak profoundly to our troubled times and offer both prophetic insight and divine guidance as we attempt to find our way into the next millinium. This collection of sermons, with their superb introductions and commentaries, is perhaps one of the finest efforts of its kind. It will certainly be a source of pleasure and insight for generations to come.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful collection, 24 Nov 1998
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Dr. King's lectures in this tome cover a range of 14 years and a variety of themes. They are all interesting, intelligent and of a convincing, sincere moral nature. The selections have certainly been well-done, as each speech is marvelous. This book gives you a feel for the thought of King and why he was so idolized (and feared by those who disliked morality, equality or favored ruthless laissez-faire economics).
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5.0 out of 5 stars MLKj brought America to its knees, yes, a black man..., 15 Oct 1998
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It is ironic that throughtout the centuries God is proclaimed most fervently and eloquently by the unassuming, the low, and the hated. It is a pattern that was set with Christ, a simple carpenter. The sermons have a piercing quality, like a sword. They have a profound sensitivity to the clamor of the soul and a tremendous desire or persistance to simply be. MLKj exemplefied what Paul Tillich said, "the courage to be" a servant of God. A book for all, a must read...
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