Martin Luther King And Civil Disobedience

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4) Martin Luther King explained the term of his action called “Civil disobedience”. And it is nothing new. As reference the Bible, he gives the example of the refusal of some Jews to listen the law of Nebuchadnezzar which was unconfirmed to the religious and ethical law. In the same way that some Christians refused to listen to the unjust law to the Roman empire. This civil disobedience leads to the creation of academy freedom a degree due to the civil disobedience of Socrates. Consequently, all the things that the furor Hitler did was not legal. Martin Luther King insists that if he were as those time where injustice reigned, he will rise up against those injustice as he did today. He shared his deception in front the unavoidable truth that …show more content…
He helps himself to explicate about this term with the bible. One is the example of rejection of Shadrach, Meshach, And Abednego to obey to the law of Nebuchadnezzar. We notice the vast knowledge of Martin in the bible. Not stopping there, he also illustrates by giving the example of Socrates who performed civil disobedience which lead to the creation of a new degree. He also remembers by a comparison of which is legal and illegal when Hitler persecuted the brother Jew. He shows that he has empathies for the Jew adding then noun brother and will also sustain their cause if he were at that time. He demonstrates a paradox between justice that he wants to achieve and the order which is the purpose of the white moderate. Doing a parallelism saying that those two notions are correlated but not in the way that the white moderate perceive. Stating, the order seeks for the justice not the contrary. Articulate more about it with a simile displaying that injustice have to be reveal with all the tension it generates which will permit to illuminate the humans mind. Responding to the criticism with some rhetorical question which the reader will itself answer. He also enlightens with the word “myth of time” that the white moderate give as excuse. Being a myth it has not a real factor except its name …show more content…
When he came to Birmingham, he hoped that the Christian community will support his cause but they turn him back and try to prevent him to strike for justice. He even sees gospel that say because segregation is a law you have to obey. Church which go astray making irrelevant and self-righteous frivolities and mix the holy and the material. So he was going towards religious community which adjust status quo rather than strike for justice. He was completely stunned by saying church around the southern states which did not anything as a church has to act. Pushing him to ask question such as who love here? And which god their worship? His disappointment come from the deep love that he has for the church, himself in the lineal of

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