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Martin Luther King, Jr. - Education

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Isaiah

Dr. King references the Old Testament biblical Book of Isaiah regarding topics like ritual sacrifice, knowledge, social ethics, and the doctrine of man.

James H. Halsey Writes MLK About Alumni Solicitation

James H. Halsey writes Dr. King about financial support for the University of Bridgeport and its program.

Jeremiah

In this series of ten notecards, Dr. King breaks down the Book of Jeremiah into mutiple sections, including chapters and versus regarding Good, knowledge, sin, and forgiveness.

Jeremiah

Dr. King records several scriptures from the biblical Book of Jeremiah.

Jesus

Dr. King highlights the significant characteristics of Jesus Christ.

Jesus

Dr. King records some quotes about Jesus. He quotes a passage that describes Jesus as being the person who brought about a new trust in God. Dr. King also discusses suffering.

Jesus Christ

Dr. King quotes Reinhold Niebuhr's understanding of viewing Christ in relation to God's character.

Jesus Christ

Dr. King quotes St. Irenaeus of Lyons.

Jesus Christ

Dr. King references theological literature regarding the development of Christianity.

Jesus Christ (good will)

Dr. King references H. Richard Niebuhr's statement, "Christ is the Rosetta Stone of Christianity." He also talks about archaeological discoveries and translating languages.

Jesus' Ethical Character

Dr. King documents biblical passages that highlight Jesus' virtues.

Jesus: Divinity and Missions

In this series of note cards, Dr. King documents various biblical passages from the New Testament that discuss Jesus' divinity. The passages are abbreviated and listed with their biblical citations.

Job and Suffering

Dr. King writes on the biblical figure Job and his view of suffering.

Job, Ecclesiastes and Daniel

Dr. King quotes several scriptures from the biblical Books of Job, Ecclesiastes and Daniel concerning each author's views on mortality and immortality.

John Coleman Bennett

John Coleman Bennett's work is used to flesh out an outline on the issues that plague society. The issues are broken up into five sections: the fact of evil, four problems of social gospel, economic, state and the church, and Communism. Bennett was a Christian theologian, author, and president of the Union Theological Seminary in New York.

John Duns Scotus

Dr. King records these notes about the life of John Duns Scotus, a noted Scottish philosopher and theologian of the High Middle Ages.

John of Damascus

This notecard contains historical information regarding John of Damascus and outlines some principles of his religious philosophy.

John Scotus Eriugena

Dr. King quotes philosopher John Scotus Eriugena.

Joshua and Judges

Dr. King cites Biblical scriptures from the books of Joshua, Judges, and 1 Samuel.

Judaism

Dr. King highlights a quote regarding the distinction between Reform, Orthodox and Conservative Judaism.

Judgement or Justice

Dr. King quotes a book entitled "Sea Dreams," by Alfred Lord Tennyson, regarding judgement and justice.

Judgment

Dr. King cites the Old Testament Book of Isaiah regarding the subject judgment.

Kant

Dr. King outlines principles of Kantian philosophy regarding morality and religion.

Kant Critiques Other Philosophers

Dr. King contemplates Immanuel Kant's critique of other philosophers. Kant finds limitations in the ideologies of Hume, Leibniz, and Locke. He believes Hume and Leibniz to fall short on their understandings of knowledge. Kant further reproaches Hume and Locke as ignorant for viewing the senses as a viable explanation of consciousness.

Kierkegaard

Dr. King writes notes regarding Danish philosopher and theologian Doren Kierkegaard's views on ethics and religion.

Kierkegaard

Dr. King notes that Kierkegaard reversed the Hegelian dialectic.

Kingdom of God

Dr. King notes the origin of the ideology of God having sovereign rule over the universe.

Knowing God (Wieman)

Dr. King notes Henry Nelson Wieman's ideas on how man comes to know God.

Knowledge

Dr. King references a biblical scripture regarding the topic knowledge.

Knowledge

Dr. King outlines epistemological claims that deal with the "universals" and the "particulars" of knowledge. In doing so, he references the philosophical views of Socrates and St. Thomas Aquinas.

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