A Knock at Midnight: Inspiration From the Great Sermons
of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Peter Holloran and Clayborne Carson (Editors)

Synopsis

Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was first a preacher and then an advocate
for civil rights. This is a selection of Dr. King's most spiritual words, the sermons he delivered from his pulpit at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church and in churches around the country. The sermons are moving meditations on a variety of topics, including rediscovering lost values, the redemptive power of love, and making moral advancement as much a part of life as technological advancement. Delivered by Reverend King himself, these heartfelt words reverberate with the charisma and greatness of the man. This collection also includes sermons which have not been heard since Dr. King's assassination.

 

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