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    This October 31, 2017, will be the 500th anniversary of the day Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on Wittenberg's Castle Church door, and essentially sparked the Protestant Reformation. One of the most recognizable Protestant heroes Luther spent most of his life as a monk and a scholar, earning his doctorate and ultimately becoming a professor of biblical studies. Luther’s constant theological study and training led question the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Specifically two central…

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    where sticked out the most for me. The first time is when Martin Luther King said “We will not be satisfied until Justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream”. From this sentence, I thought of a quote which Ernest Hemingway has said: “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self”. Metaphoring Justice and righteousness as waters and streams, Marting Luther King dramatically stated what those 2 moral…

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    Martin Luther King Speech

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    Hate and love, Earth today is full of it. We can really never have a perfect world full of only one thing, and that’s love. Love for each and acceptance of one another. Martin Luther king Jr made us see the real picture. On January 1, 1683 president Abraham Lincoln put out the Emancipation Proclamation that declared all slaves free. This piece of paper set three million slaves in the United States free to live their lives. Everything would be good now, right? Well maybe, if there really was a…

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    Martin Luther King Impact

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a heroic icon in the eyes of many, especially the African American population. He wore an array of many different hats for all mankind. His Christian values help to shape his platform of justice and equality in his every walk of life. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. contributed to African Americans greatly by organizing the Montgomery Bus Boycott, leading the Civil Rights Movement, and ending segregation. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a…

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    colored people who deserved him. Even though he died, many carried on his legacy and hope. Martin Luther King Jr. left the seeds that would become a colored man’s equality, the act of nonviolence, and other leaders who would take on his legacy. Martin Luther was known for many things, but his most well known tribute to society was his lust for equal rights. With the events of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Martin felt that it was his duty to fight for the solution of this ongoing problem. Everyone…

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    What Martin Luther King wanted the most was the freedom of his people. He did, however, believe in the higher power of God. King was a big supporter of us having a relationship with our creator. He wanted us to peacefully live with each other and wanted us as humans to get along no matter what race. King used phrases like, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” and “Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed, (Letter In Birmingham)”,…

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    The Ninety - Five thesis are the power and efficacy of indulgences. These were written by Martin Luther. He wrote the ninety - five thesis in 1517. These were ninety - five paragraphs. Martin Luther explained every thesis. That's why they were so long. Martin Luther challenged the teachings of the Catholic Church in the ninety – five thesis. The purpose of his writings was to address issues that should be debated in the Catholic Church. He proposed a list of questions and statements that he…

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    Martin Luther King Thesis

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    Martin Luther King essay Have you ever wanted something so bad that you could taste it? Have you ever put yourself in someone else’s shoes? When you hear the words activist, and leader whose name comes to mind? I know of someone who comes to mind do you? Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was born January 15, 1929 , In Atlanta Georgia . King grew up with two siblings Christine Farris and Alfred King. As a child everyone eventually seeks something that they want to be in life martin Luther King Jr’s…

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    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. remain as one of the most prominent figures of United States history for addressing issues of social justice plaguing our society on a national scale. Dr. King’s impact in the Civil Rights Movement reappears each year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day and during Black History month. American culture remembers Dr. King solely for few significant moments in his life, such as his “I have a dream speech” and March on Washington. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is viewed from a…

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    Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights pioneer and reverend, undoubtedly positively altered the way the U.S as a country looked towards African Americans. King stressed the importance of judging people by their character rather than the color of their skin. Despite all of the great things Martin Luther King Jr. did, if he were to be judged by the content of his character, his accomplishments may be overshadowed by his flaws. This boils down to a simple question; did King practice what he preached?…

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