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...Luther king focused on various areas of interest. The lecture started with a relentless obligation to thank the Nobel committee for the righteous process of giving the right person the correct thing at the best time. It also brings on board different people who joined for the same purpose of solving the world problem. According to Martin Luther, Nobel price is not a personal initiative; however, a communal effort from the middle class, poor and untutored. The paper is a summary of Martin Luther’s lecture when... Summary ENG 1201 Summary Leadership by nobleness awarded him the Nobel peace and justice appreciation. In an addressof gratitude for the identification into one of the rare opportunities, Martin...
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...Luther Introduction Martin Luther is one of the most notable figures in the post-medieval period. He contributed significantly in the reformation period that transformed the Christianity views and the role of religion in the society. He was born in November 10, 1483 in the then the Holy Roman Empire. He was a professor of theology, former catholic priest, as well as the seminal figure of the protestant reformation movement that took place in the sixteenth century (Mullet 8). In order to have a better understanding of Martin Luther, this paper will discuss his early life and his contribution to the Protestant Reformation. In his early life, Martin Luther dedicated himself considerably... Martin Luther...
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...Luther Martin Luther has been an icon to Protestants all over the world. He was a figurehead of the Protestant Reformation, which objected the doctrines, and the structure of the powerful Roman Catholic Church. He is perhaps history’s most significant liberal reformer. In 1517, this German monk started to find fault in the dishonesty of the Catholic Church. He insisted modification of its practices and doctrines. The selling of indulgences was one of them. Selling indulgences was a big business in the Roman Catholic Church during that time. It was an act of paying to the Church for the forgiveness of sin. With the approval from the Pope, pardoners journeyed throughout... Jerry Ciacho April 5, Martin...
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Understanding Luther
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...Luther (Luther: James epistle is against Paul’s) In Martin Luther’s Preface to James, the former did not consider the latter’s epistleas writing of an apostle due to the following reasons. Luther tried to compare James’ epistle to that of Paul. Based on chapter 4 of Paul’s epistle to Romans, Luther pointed out that it was only Abraham’s faith which justified him before God and it is entirely apart from work. However, Luther believed that this is contrary to what James pointed out in chapter 2 of his epistle that ‘faith without work is useless’ (verse 20). Luther tried also to point that James considered the perfect law as a way to liberate men from bondages (James 1:25), However... ?Understanding Luther...
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...Luther as a Reformist Martin Luther was a Christian reformist who lived between 1483 and 1546 in Germany where he had been a Catholic priest till the beginning of his reforms. His reforms were based on Christian faith and he begun the reforms in 1517 after being outraged by activities of the Catholic Church where he believed that Christian principles and teachings were being manipulated by church leaders (Wengert 328). The main issue which he disputed involves the claim on forgiveness of sins by use money where people were being taught that they could buy freedom from sin and Gods punishment. After being excommunicated from the Catholic Church, he stated the protestant movement... Module Martin Luther...
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...Luther Introduction Martin Luther King, Junior is an icon of the modern American Civil Rights Movement and considered to be one of the greatest champions of civil rights and equality of human beings, in dignity and rights in the world. He is regarded as the pre-eminent advocate of non-violence in America, as well as being among the greatest leaders of non-violence in the world’s history. His contribution in the American Civil Rights Movement significantly led to the attainment of racial equality in the country and inspired other parts of the world to be active in championing civil rights (The King Center para 1). Historians agree that he drew his inspiration from the teachings... Report on Martin Luther ...
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...Luther Born on 10th, November, 1483 in Eisleben, Germany, Martin Luther was a renowned Augustinian monk who from theeastern Germany. He is remembered for his efforts that contributed to the modern German language through translations of the Bible. Luther’s rejection for the Roman Catholic Church began when he contradicted Pope Leo X’s decision to build Peter’s Basilica. He placed his arguments on scriptures especially from the New Testament. He was not supportive of the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church and the bribery claims he cited for his rejection of the church. He expressed his concerns regarding papacy in the interpretation of scriptures. After being ordered to recant his ninety... Martin...
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...Luther was a German of Theology whose radical ideas about the Church and papal had brought the wrath of the Pope and Church of Europe. Martin Luther was Professor of Theology in the University of Wittenberg from where he later, did his doctorate in Theology. During the fifteenth and sixteenth century, Church had greatly influenced socio-political institutions across Europe. The basic premise of Christianity was the supremacy of God and Bible as the Holy Scripture taught people to be God fearing and repent their sins through repentance. Martin’s views differed dramatically from the Church as he believed that faith should be used to save mankind and not their actions or repentance. Martin... Martin...
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...Luther the monk Martin Luther is one of the most famous Christian religious preachers in the history. He was born at Eislenben in the year 1483. In the year 1484, Martin Luther’s family shifted to Mansfeld. In Mansfeld, Martin Luther’s father, Han’s Luther served as a leaseholder of the smelters and several copper mines. Hans Luther worked very hard to earn his family a good standard of living and he wanted Martin Luther to become a lawyer by profession. In order to accomplish this, he first sent Martin Luther to the Mansfeld based Latin schools. After that, Martin Luther gained education in Madgeburg in the year 1497 followed by Eisenach in 1498. By the year 1501, Martin Luther had... ? 15 April Martin...
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...Luther King Paper Introduction After his election as the president of Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Martin Luther King, at 28 years, asserted the mission to save the soul of America. Luther believed that the treatment needed for America was analogous to the healing provided by Karen Horney’s cure of the neurotic (Horney 1-4). However, Martin Luther used demonstrations, protests, and marches as a way of exposing America’s ills instead of letting shame and guilt consume her. Luther specifically offered individuated culture as the course towards healing and wholesomeness. Two highly regarded achievements by Luther still remain and are Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting... LB 715 Martin...
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...Luther was an amazingly forward thinking person who was brave enough to challenge some of the fundamental precepts of the Catholic Church. His 95 Theses were a document he nailed to his church’s door in order to spark public debate, mostly surrounding the sale of indulgences and the Church’s ability to free people from purgatory. Martin Luther’s 95 Theses were an attempt to clearly define a direct connection between God and worshipers without the intermediary necessity of the church, to make it clear to Christians that a life of mercy is better than the purchasing of indulgences, and to illuminate corrupt practices from religious leaders of the time. The fundamental thing Luther addressed... ? Martin...
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...Luther was an Augustinian monk who later instigated the Protestant Reformation. He was born on 10 November 1483 in Germany. He entered university at the age of eighteen and successfully completed a degree in Philosophy. He decided to further his studies and graduated with a Master’s degree in 1505. He entered into the monastery the same year. There are many stories that surround his decision to become a monk. They range from being caught in a thunderstorm to the stabbing death of a friend. Whatever the reason Martin was ordained as a priest in 1507. Martin went to University of Wittenberg in 1508 to teach dialectics and philosophy. His stay there was short-lived as he was sent to do other... Martin...
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...LUTHER IN GERMANY The son of a German miner, Martin Luther was born 10th November 1483. Despite his parents expectations that he would pursue a legal career, following a near death experience, Luther decided to follow a religious vocation. After completing his Master of Arts degree at the University of Erfurt, Luther entered the Black Monastery where he focused on the religious texts including the writings of St Augustine. He read the bible in its Greek and Hebrew originals then wrote the German translations. In 1507, Luther was ordained a priest and a year later he was sent to lecture in the University of Wittenberg, firstly in scholastic philosophy and then theology. But he... THE LIFE OF MARTIN...
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Martin Luther the monk
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...Luther the monk Martin Luther is one of the most famous Christian religious preachers in the history. He was born at Eislenben in the year 1483. In the year 1484, Martin Luther’s family shifted to Mansfeld. In Mansfeld, Martin Luther’s father, Han’s Luther served as a leaseholder of the smelters and several copper mines. Hans Luther worked very hard to earn his family a good standard of living and he wanted Martin Luther to become a lawyer by profession. In order to accomplish this, he first sent Martin Luther to the Mansfeld based Latin schools. After that, Martin Luther gained education in Madgeburg in the year 1497 followed by Eisenach in 1498. By the year 1501, Martin Luther had... 15 April Martin...
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Martin Luther King Jr
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...Luther King was a Civil Rights movement leader in the United s of America. He was a orator, a motivator and a pastor. He was a leader who has brought forth substantial changes in terms of the societal understanding on equity and justice. His contributions have lived across generations and have inspired people across the globe. The objective of this essay is to critically analyze the ways in which Martin Luther King influenced the world. Martin Luther King was born on 15 January 1929, in Atlanta, United States (The Official Website of the Nobel Prize, n. p.). His family had a pastoral background as his father and Grandfather were pastors with Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. Even Martin... ?Martin...
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...Luther Many people confuse Martin Luther with Martin Luther King Jr., but they are actually two different people. The latter was a civil rights leader back in the 1960’s, but the former was the face of the Protestant Reformation back in the 1500’s. Actually these two issues are very similar because they are both striving for justice. Martin Luther knew that something was wrong with the Catholic Church and he chose to do something about it. He thought that it was unfair that the Church could dictate to the people what they could and could not do. Under the Catholic Church, the power was placed solely in the church. Under Martin Luther’s reforms, power would be placed in the hands... Life of Martin Luther...
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...Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King’s belief about Africans and Africa in general is an integral issue of any analysis of how his ideas went beyond the land of America to take on a global importance. Sadly, his thoughts about African Diaspora have not been thoroughly examined. This is also the case with his experiences in different regions of the African world, and of his... . It is no mistake that Martin Luther King, chosen as a Nobel Peace Laureate, is an African American.22 Conclusions Martin Luther King, Jr. is an internationally prominent political figure because of his audacious participation in the civil rights movement in America. His speeches and...
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...Luther King Jr. In different parts of the world, social democracy has been associated to efforts of iconic individuals, who used relentless efforts to liberate citizens. Such influential people receive significant national and international recognition because of the value attached to social justice issues. Of more significance, key advocators of social justice not only receive recognition but also leave behind legacies cherished for long time. In this regard, Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most memorable social justice propagators in the U.S. Martin Luther King Jr. grew up in a society where there was a lot of segregation but he rose up against the social injustices... Inspiration of Martin...
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Dr. Martin Luther King
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...Luther King Jr Dr. Martin Luther King was a dominant figure in the Civil Rights Movement aimed at ending the racial discrimination in theUnited States during the 1950s and 1060s. He became the first individual to use nonviolent methods to achieve social change. Through his charisma and public speaking techniques, he was determined to bring equality to all races despite the risks associated with the fight. He won the Nobel Peace prize in 1964, and he was the man of the year in 1964 (Weider History1). Despite his drive for the social change, he was the target from the conservative segregationist who believed that the whites were superior and fearful for any social change. Martin Luther... Dr. Martin...
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Life of Martin Luther
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...LUTHER By Lecturer: of Affiliation: and Table of Contents Introduction 3 Earlier Life OfMartin Luther Before He Became A Preacher 3 Events That Took Place Prior To Martin’s Conversion 4 Events That Took Place Prior To Martin’s Conversion 4 The Need For Reformation Of the Church 5 The Accomplices Of Martin Luther 7 Goals For Reforming The Church 8 Luther’s Mission Across Varied Areas 10 The Reasons For Martin Luther Writing His Own Bible 11 The Type of Legacy Martin Luther Left 11 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 1 Life Of Martin Luther Introduction Martin Luther is among the outstanding Christianity theologians in history because he initiated the protestant reformation that contributed... ? LIFE OF MARTIN...
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Martin Luther King's Speech
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...Luther King's I Have a Dream speech is rich with rhetorical devices and nearly void of fallacies and bias. The speech begins with King using a simile when he says the Emancipation Proclamation came as "a joyous daybreak". He employs a metaphor when he warns against seeking to "satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred". Simile is again used when he speaks of justice that "rolls down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream". His use of similes and metaphors added power to his words. In a later paragraph he uses parallelism to invoke a sense of importance when he repeats the phrase "Now is not the time" to open three...
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Luther the movie
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...Luther” the Movie The film is mostly about Luther, a young man who leaves a chance to go and study law and wentto become a monk. He later on went ahead and defied Rome and let to the formation of the Protestant movement. He want Christians to be free, a thing that is highly challenged by the pope and other clergy as they have taken advantage of religion to instill fear into believers and thus continue to benefit from them by extortion. Martin’s teachings are like an eye opener to the Germans and they start the rebellion against the pope and the religion. Was Martin Luther Repulsing God? From the statement; "I live in terror of judgment,...
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Martin Luther King Jr
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...Luther King Jnr How can a great leader get defined in the best terms? What of leadership, does it entail ability to solve problems, as well as creativity? Is it about setting of individual goals and those of the group, or knowing how to govern a group? It is very important to critically think of answers to the questions, but one thing is for sure; there exists no true definition of a leader, unless one perfectly examines a particular leader of their interest and come to a conclusion as per their qualities. In order to find the response of a true leader with all these qualities and more, the focus should be on one leader who is Martin Luther King Jnr. Martin is the kind of man who was admired...
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...Luther. “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” (1963). Nobel Prizes. July 23, 2007
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Martin Luther and Reformation
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...Luther and Reformation Martin Luther King is the oldest religious reformist who led to the emergence of the protestant chances. In early Christian life, Roman Catholic was the absolute religion and all people shared the doctrines laid by this church. After serving as a religious priest in the Roman Catholic, Luther criticized the ideas of the church and the pope excommunicated him. He became the protestant reformist and provided a change in the way of worship. His ideas and beliefs have led to the emergence of many denominations today. Martin Luther was committed to reforming the Roman Catholic after realizing that the Latin Catholic Bible’s translation differed... Religion and Theology Martin Luther...
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Martin Luther King, Jr
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...Luther King Jr. who believed in nonviolent protests in order to attain civil rights and for this purpose he delivered a speech recognized as the I Have A Dream. In this speech he used various methods of persuasion in order to persuade the government to provide the African American society with their civil rights and to encourage the African American population to join in the protest. In order to persuade the audience he used the persuasion technique... Sociology Of Marriage Rhetoric Analysis – I Have A Dream During the civil rights movement when the African American population and other minorities were protesting in order to attain their civil right. One of these African American protestors was Martin...
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...Luther King Martin Luther King was one of the most affluent fighters for the rights of the African Americans of his time and a man in whose footstep many great leaders were to follow later. King was not only a person with whom the local African American community could share an understanding with; he was also in tune with how to communicate with the greater and wider population of America. His use of language and speech enabled him to move crowds and even lead some to second judge their concepts of the world. In his Letter to Birmingham Jail Martin King has made use of narratives from various religious narrations. He tries to relate to the clergymen who have written to him criticizing him... Martin...
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Martin Luther King
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...Luther King, born on 15 January, 1929, was an unyielding supporter of nonviolent actions as a means to achieve social change. He was always on the forefront in peaceful protests against segregation of African-Americans. Nevertheless, his nonviolent protests failed to bring equality. Next, on the 10th of April, 1963, the state government of Birmingham amended a legal proviso outlawing street marches without authorization. African-Americans were not pleased with this iniquitous legislation, which did not permit the blacks to protest for equality. Consequently, Martin Luther King was constrained to resort to action. The march of Birmingham became the actuality on 12 April, 1963... Expository Essay Martin...
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...Luther King" Martin Luther King, an unborn leader, propelled by grass-roots groups and buttressed by a black middle class that reflected the growing self-confidence of the black nation for the freedom and justice, the King in Volume III 1 emerged as an American David. Like his Biblical counterpart, the twenty-six-year-old preacher, with his newly minded doctorate in Systematic Theology from Boston University, did not seek the position of leadership preliminary of the newly formed Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) until, once called, he led the fight that eventually broke the backbone of the American racism in Alabama. It all... Farzeela Faisal Standard Academia Research Nov-14-2005 "Martin Luther ...
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Martin Luther King, Jr
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...Luther King in his autobiography is completely concerned about the issue of racial discrimination and injustice in the of race and colour. He takes up the issue of liberty, equality and justice, three truths that have the utmost currency even in the present times. The blacks in America were promised their rights in the name of “Emancipation Proclamation”, but according to Martin Luther King, they were not given any thing that they were promised. They still wallowed in ugly slums demean life and cruelty and discrimination. So Luther King Jr. Organised a non-violent protest march which served to dramatise these ugly realities of America and emphasise the nature of true democracy. He delivers... Martin...
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...Luther King Jr Clergyman To A Charismatic Civil Rights Movement Leader Every man comes into this world, plays his role either in a positive or negative way and then leaves footprints after making his contribution but there are some who are remembered for centuries for the efforts they put in. Martin Luther King Jr. was one such man who spent all of his life struggling for the rights of African Americans. The best thing about him was that he led non-violent protests for the members of his race. Martin Luther King Jr. was a clergyman who introduced social change in a peaceful way. Later, with the passage of time, he became a prominent and a famous leader who was conducting a civil rights... Martin Luther...
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Martin Luther King
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...Luther King, born on 15 January, 1929, was an unyielding supporter of nonviolent actions as a means to achieve social change. He was always on the forefront in peaceful protests against segregation of African-Americans. Nevertheless, his nonviolent protests failed to bring equality. Next, on the 10th of April, 1963, the state government of Birmingham amended a legal proviso outlawing street marches without authorization. African-Americans were not pleased with this iniquitous legislation, which did not permit the blacks to protest for equality. Consequently, Martin Luther King was constrained to resort to action. The march of Birmingham became the actuality on 12 April, 1963... Expository Essay Martin...
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...Luther king Jr. The purpose of this paper is to provide a critical discussion on Martin Luther King Jr. The format that this paper will utilize is to first discuss two kinds of laws-those that are normally right and those that are morally wrong and then postulate how Martin Luther King Jr viewed these laws. After this point a few examples of laws that I personally believe are morally wrong. As a final point I will discuss how justified I would be on breaking these laws and if I would be prepared (As King was) to pay the penalties demanded of one who breaks the law? According to the prescribed reading it was postulated by King that there are two types of laws which are the 'Just... Martin Luther king Jr. ...
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Martin Luther King Jr
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...Luther King Jr. In hisspeech, he stated that no matter how long it takes, justice and fairness continues to improve amongst people in society. This paper builds and proves that the same principle applies to the history of the US from 1877 up to the present. The civil rights movements in the 1960s fought hard for economic equality of all people despite the color of their skins (Brands et., p765). In the later years, the movement faced many frustrations from the government. Many union leaders were arrested while others died during protests (Brands et., p766). Despite, the hardship, their spirits never died... The of humanity of being just and fair has changed since the days of the late Dr. Martin Luther...
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Personal Statement (Martin Luther King)
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...Luther King, 1947) Martin Luther King Jr. had put down his views on ‘The Purpose of Education’ in the Morehouse College Student paper titled ‘The Maroon Tiger’ during his period of education in 1947. Highlighting the value and purpose of education, Martin Luther gives us deep insight on its importance. According to him, education is something that should not be taken for granted, but on the other hand, he argues that education serves both a utilitarian as well as a moral function. Martin Luther... emphasizes the fact that a good reasoning ability is not enough for an individual to make a success of himself, but instead it is very important for one to have proper character and moral...
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African American politicians:Martin Luther King
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...Luther King, Jr. encourages us to “project the ethics of love to the center of our lives.” Would you recommend King's call for an ethics of love in our own time? Why or why not? Introduction Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had a difficult life. He faced violence nearly every day. Assaulted in Birmingham, several times arrested, hit by a rock in Chicago, his voiced grew into a mellifluous and brilliant chord of guidance for a lot of people. Many people rejected this ethics of love philosophy. But upon hearing him, upon experiencing his leadership and what he had been through, one felt they were experiencing the sudden real growth of America. Dr. King was a Christian and he was an educated one. He...
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Compare Martin Luther and Jesus
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...Luther stand as towering reformers of the established political and religious systems of their respective periods. Jesus sought to reform the injustices he saw in the conflicts arising out of clashes between different groups during his time. In Luther’s time, he sought to reform conflicts arising out of different concepts of Christian religious and political concepts, emphasizing the Pope’s role in the construction of Church doctrine. The reformist tendencies of these two figures are apparent in both The Gospel of Mark” and Luther’s “Appeal to the German Nobility,” both of which seek an audience for social restructuring. However, Luther... ?In the history of Christianity, Jesus Christ and Martin Luther...
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Martin Luther and Malcolm X
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...Luther and Malcolm X had both similarities and differences in the beliefs and views on the civil rights movements; moreover, the differences stemmed from the different backgrounds that the two leaders experienced thus; the differences reflected in their views. However, their similarities emanated from the communities and societies that they lived in and conditions that the societies faced. In light of this, Malcolm X was self-taught meaning that he was from an underprivileged society as opposed to Martin Luther who came from a middle class home and was well educated. From this, the differences arise in both opinion and beliefs towards the civil rights movement. As a result, it is the goal... ?Martin...
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Against Catholicism. Martin Luther King
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...Luther King was the strongest opponent to religious oppression of masses. When we read the lines of Martin Luther King of 1535 we hear angry and hateful, indignant parishioner, who was cheated by the Catholic Church. What was so indignant for him in Catholicism? He heard that a pope boasted that he was a head of the Church. Mr. King thought, like every devoted religious person, that the head of Church was God and not a pope! These words are indignant for every follower of religion. The Pope justified his words... Against Catholicism What is more powerful than religion? There is no doubt that masses of nations are driven and manipulated by the Church. There are many opponents to these tendencies. Martin...
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Martin Luther: On Christian Liberty
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...Luther: On Christian Liberty Born in 1483, and subsequently a German monk and a scholarly theologian, Martin Luther contributed significantly to the meaning of Christianity and to the Reformation. Though his seminal work was addressed to Pope Leo X, Luther's purpose was to harmonize Christian values by making them accessible to people equally and by attacking religious hierarchies that corrupted what he viewed as the essential nature of Christianity. Indeed, as stated by Witte (2005), "Pope and prince, noble and pauper, man and woman, slave and free -- all persons in Christendom, Luther declared, share equally in a doubly paradoxical nature" (p.2). A Christian, therefore, did not arise... Martin...
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Leadership about Martin Luther King
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...Luther King Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Thesis ment 3 Discussion 3 Works Cited 8 Thesis ment The essay intends to portray a discussion about Martin Luther King, Jr, a national icon and the key leader in the history of African-American civil rights movement. The discussion will focus on the various dimensions of leadership depicted by Martin Luther King throughout his illustrious presence in the annals of American history. Discussion Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on 15th January, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. At that period of time, there was significant discrimination in terms of the rights enjoyed by Americans and Africans in the US. The Africans were... ?Leadership About Martin...
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Socrates and Martin Luther King
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...Luther King I support Martin Luther King’s view that civil disobedience is just in the face of unjust laws. If a law is unjust, then civil disobedience becomes a must. One’s conscience must dictate common sense. Laws need to be questioned, not blindly be obeyed. Although Socrates felt that serving an unjust sentence was just, King’s answer is better. King actually wanted to change the injustices of the world. By going along with a law one feels is unjust, allows injustice prevail. It is dangerous to follow Socrate’s ideals about his sentence. However, many people feel that way. An example would be Abu Graib. Americans know torture is wrong, but because of ‘orders... Socrates and Martin Luther...
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How Martin Luther King developed
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...Luther King developed Persuasive Arguments Introduction Persuasiveness is one of the skills required by social Justice Activists. As an activist, Martin Luther is considered one of the most pronounced experts who had great capability to persuade and rapport with his audience. His speeches were not only judicious but also very persuasive. He would easily connect with his audience particularly when making his distinct speeches and writings that still serve as examples of what persuasion entails. One of such writings was Letter from a Birmingham Jail. The letter was written in protest to the law that segregated people on racial bases. The letter was intended to persuade his audience... on the...
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Martin Luther King (Business Ethics)
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...Luther King focusing on the whole mankind as his audience. In his speech he highlighted the essence of love and the impacts of hatred on human lives. Though the idea of loving enemies sounds impractical, it can be practiced by altering our perceptions. According to Luther, one’s initiative to love enemies must begin from self assessment that would discover the reason for one’s enmity. There is something in every individual which may not be tolerated by others. In order to love enemies, it is better to focus only on their qualities rather than accepting their evils. The most excellent way... is not practical in normal way of thinking because immature feelings like jealousy and selfishness...
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Martin Luther Kings Last March
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...Luther King’s Last March of Question The Story and the Source The story is about the civil rights movement in the United States, where martin Luther Kings organized a mass protest for the poor people. They intended to advocate for the rights of the people, from the discrimination and prejudice that they went through. Factually, the protest marked the beginning of the civil rights movement in the United States. Notably, Luther and his team held a march to the capital D.C to present their grievance to the government. The story is told by Shamar Thomas, who was a veteran sergeant of the Marine Corps (Shamar, 2011). Question 2 The Sociological Interpretation The sociologists would have various... ? Martin...
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Martin Luther King College Essay
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...Luther King, Jr. And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." Martin Luther King Jr. Quoted from "I Have a Dream" speech, August 28, 1963 Once a great man will always remain a great man, especially if he made a special mark on people's hearts after all what he had done and inspired many others to carry on the struggles to attain ultimate freedom from the bondage of racial... The Black Force That Moved America: The Achievements of Martin...
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Psychobiography: Martin Luther King Jr
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...Luther King Jr. is one of the greatest, and perhaps the most famous Black American. He was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. Noted for his contribution in the religious field, Martin Luther is credited for his protests against bus segregation, an action he organized with other friends. His grandfather and father were both church ministers at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta. They inspired Martin, who later engaged extensively in preaching. His mother was a tutor, a distinctive advantage to Martin. His mother academic inspiration made him learn how to read long before he attended school. Biographers document that King succeeded in the medicine and law careers. He read... ?Arguably, Martin...
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...Luther the Priest Martin Luther was born in the year 1483. He was a German priest as well as a of theology who was instrumental at establishing the Protestant Reformation. Some of his notable works include the Luther’s Large Catechism, On the Freedom of a Christian, The Ninety-Five Theses and the Luther’s Small Catechism. He believed that salvation is not preached by good deeds but brought in as a provision of God’s grace with the assistance of Jesus who redeems sin. The people who believe and thus identify with Martin Luther’s philosophy and indeed the teachings are known as Lutherans. He translated Bible...
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Martin Luther and the German Reformation
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...Luther As a Revolutionary? Introduction Luther, by the one act of attaching his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg in 1517, brought about what is now referred to as The Reformation. This fact is certainly true, but the causes of the Reformation was more complicated than that. By the late 15th century the Roman Catholic Church in Western Europe could be said to have moved far from its roots, McNair ( 1977 cites Luther ( page 346) as placing the origin of problems as far back as the 8th century. Corruption was rife and practises had become established that would hardly have been recognisable to early Christians. Sexual immorality among clergy... ? In What Way Would It Be Fair To Describe Martin...
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The Process of Faith according to Luther
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...Luther eventually starts by hearing God’s Word. He emphasizes that when a person hears the Word of God acceptance of God’s promise, trust in Him, and unity with Christ follow. It is at this point that one could confidently use the Word of God. Luther believed that faith is also developed when one makes use of the Word of God. For him, “faith alone is the saving and efficacious use of the Word of God” (Luther, Lambert and Grimm 7). He therefore believes that the more we use the Word of God, the more it will help develop our personal belief in God and in His power. A person has to hear the Word of God and His promises and apply them. Doing this will develop the kind... ?The process of faith according to...
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