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Birmingham revolution: Martin Luther King Jr.'s epic challenge to the church

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As with almost no other movement before or since, Christian people gave force to a social mission. And, remarkably, they did it largely through nonviolent actions. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s words and historic efforts as the Moses of this civil rights movement stand out as perhaps the most significant instance of a modern Christian leader acting in a prophetic role to instigate political change. In many ways "The Letter from Birmingham Jail" stands at the center of that movement. In this book African American journalist Edward Gilbreath explores the place of that letter in the life and work of Dr. King. Birmingham Revolution is not simply a work of historical reflection. Gilbreath encourages us to reflect on the relevance of King's work for the church and culture of our day.
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subject_facetChristian life -- United States
Christianity and culture -- United States
Civil rights -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Electronic books
King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968. -- Letter from Birmingham Jail
Race relations -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
United States -- Church history -- 20th century
title_displayBirmingham revolution : Martin Luther King Jr.'s epic challenge to the church
title_fullBirmingham revolution : Martin Luther King Jr.'s epic challenge to the church / Edward Gilbreath
Birmingham revolution : Martin Luther King Jr.'s epic challenge to the church [electronic resource] / Edward Gilbreath
title_shortBirmingham revolution
title_subMartin Luther King Jr.'s epic challenge to the church
topic_facetChristian life
Christianity
Christianity and culture
Church history
Civil rights
Electronic books
King, Martin Luther
Race relations
Reconciliation
Religious aspects