Tampa Tribune: MLK – A Religious Prophet

Abstract

In a letter to the editor, Rev. Gordon Christensen responds to The Tribune’s editorial “Peace Prize Puzzle,” saying the problem can be solved from both the secular and religious perspectives. King’s nonviolent resistance to segregation supports national law as laid out in the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and Supreme Court decisions. The effort to gain freedom for Negroes through nonviolence offers the world an alternative to Communism as a means of ending colonialism. In addition, the prophetic tradition of challenging an unjust local law with a higher moral law is a move toward peace.

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Tampa Tribune: MLK – A Religious Prophet
Saturday, November 7, 1964
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[Inserted text: Tampa Tribune Sunday, Nov[ember] 7, 1964]
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