Tom Gilson

Links for Martin Luther King, Jr.

He was a man well deserving of honor. Fred Sanders at Scriptorium Daily says,

John Piper has the right idea about Martin Luther King Day: Don’t Waste It. In a timely memo, Piper exhorted all pastors and teachers who read his blog to “take note of the day and speak a word of exhortation to your people concerning their hearts in matters of race and ethnicity. … None of us is without need for help in the purification of our hearts in the way we feel and think about other ethnic groups. Your people need help.

The entire “I Have a Dream” speech (found via Mark Daniels)

From The Point:

The end of the universe is not to be happy. The end is not to avoid suffering. But the end of life is to do the will of God, come what may.

Martin Luther King, Jr., “Paul’s Letter to American Christians”

Chuck Colson: Dr. King and Christian Activism

The continuing battle against human trafficking and against the murder of the innocent.

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  1. The end of the universe is not to be happy. The end is not to avoid suffering. But the end of life is to do the will of God, come what may.

    An interesting quote, given our recent discussions.

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