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The papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. Volume I, Called to serve, January 1929-June 1951

Autore: Martin Luther King, Jr.Clayborne CarsonRalph E LukerPenny A RussellLouis R HarlanTutti gli autori
Editore: Berkeley, California : University of California Press, [1992] ©1992
Edizione/Formato:   Libro a stampa : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"More than two decades after his death, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s ideas -- his call for racial equality, his faith in the ultimate triumph of justice, and his insistence on the power of nonviolent struggle to bring about a major transformation of American society -- are as vital and timely as ever. The wealth of his writings, both published and unpublished, that constitute his intellectual legacy are now preserved  Per saperne di più…
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Genere/forma: Archives
History
Persona incaricata: Martin Luther King, Jr.; Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tipo documento Libro
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Martin Luther King, Jr.; Clayborne Carson; Ralph E Luker; Penny A Russell; Louis R Harlan; Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change,
{0} 9780520079502 0520079507
Numero OCLC: 162101210
Note: Sponored by The Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Noviolent Social Change, Inc. in association with Standford University and Emory University.
Descrizione: xxiii, 484 pages : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 27 cm
Contenuti: I. Childhood: To Martin Luther King, Sr. (13 June 1937) ; In memoriam (1 Apr. 1939) ; To Martin Luther King, Sr. (18 Jan. 1940) ; To Martin Luther King, Sr. (24 Jan. 1940) ; To Alberta Williams King (20 June 1940) ; To Martin Luther King, Sr. (23 June 1940) ; "The negro and the constitution" (May 1944) ; To Alberta Williams King (11 June 1944) ; To Martin Luther King, Sr. (15 June 1944) ; To Alberta Williams King (18 June 1944) ; To Alberta Williams King ( 5 Aug. 1944) ; To Alberta Williams King (30 Aug. 1944) --
II. Morehouse years: "Kick up dust," letter to the editor, 'Atlantic Constitution' ( 6 Aug. 1946) ; "The purpose of education" (Sept.1946 - Jan. 1947) ; "The purpose of education" (Jan. - Feb. 1947) ; To Crozer Theological Seminary ( 27 Oct. 1947) ; From Charles E. Batten (29 Oct. 1947) ; "Ritual" (25 Sept. 1946 - 31 Jan. 1948) ; Application for admission to Crozer Theological Seminary (Feb. 1948) ; Certification of minister's license for Martin Luther King, Jr. (4 Feb. 1948) ; From Charles E. Batten (18 Feb. 1948) ; Lucius M. Tobin to Charles E. Batten (25 Feb. 1948) ; Benjamin Elijah Mays to Charles E. Batten (28 Feb. 1948) ; Martin Luther King, Sr., to Charles E. Batten (5 Mar. 1948) ; Phoebe Burney to Charles E. Batten (9 Mar. 1948) ; George D. Kelsey to Charles E. Batten (12 Mar. 1948) ; Brailsford R. Brazeal to Charles E. Batten (23 Mar. 1948) ; Charles E. Batten's notes on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s academic record at Morehouse College --
III. Crozer years: To Alberta Williams King (Oct. 1948) ; "Light on the Old Testament from the Ancient Near East" (14 Sept. - 24 Nov. 1948) ; "The significant contributions of Jeremiah to religious thought" (14 Sept. - 24 Nov. 1948) ; "The ethics of late Judaism as evidenced in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs" (30 Nov. 1948 - 16 Feb. 1949) ; William H. Gray, Jr. to Martin Luther King, Sr. (8 Oct. 1949) ; "A study of Mithraism" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "What experiences of Christians living in the early Christian century led to the Christian doctrines of the divine sonship of Jesus, the virgin birth, and the bodily resurrection" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "The place of reason and experience in finding God" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "The sources of fundamentalism and liberalism considered historically and psychologically" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "Six talks in outline" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "How to use the Bible in modern theological construction" (13 Sept. - 23 Nov. 1949) ; "The humanity and divinity of Jesus" (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; "A view of the cross possessing biblical and spiritual justification" (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; "The Christian pertinence of eschatological hope" (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; "How modern Christians should think of man" (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; Six talks based on 'Beliefs that matter' by William Adams Brown (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; Examination answers, Christian theology for today (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; "The influence of the mystery religions on Christianity" (29 Nov. 1949 - 15 Feb. 1950) ; "The chief characteristics and doctrines of Mahayana Buddhism" (28 Apr. 1950) ; Statement on behalf of Ernest Nichols, 'State v. Ernest Nichols,' by W. Thomas McGann (20 July 1950) ; Crozer Theological Seminary field work questionnaire (13 Sept. 1950) ; From Charles E. Batten (11 Oct. 1950) ; To Charles E. Batten (30 Oct. 1950) ; To Hugh Watt (5 Nov. 1950) ; Crozer Theological Seminary Placement Committee" confidential evaluation of Martin Luther King, Jr., by George W. Davis (15 Nov. 1950) ; "An appraisal of the great awakening" (17 Nov. 1950) ; Crozer Theological Seminary Placement Committee: confidential evaluation of Martin Luther King, Jr., by Morton Scott Enslin (21 Nov. 1950) ; Book review of a 'Functional approach to religious education' by Ernest J. Chave ( 12 Sept. - 22 Nov. 1950) ; Book review of 'Personality, its study and hygiene' by Winifred V. Richmond (12 Sept. - 22 Nov. 1950) ; "An autobiography of religious development" (12 Sept. - 22 Nov. 1950) ; Crozer Theological Seminary Field Work Department: rating sheet for Martin Luther King, Jr., by William E. Gardner (Sept - 1 Dec. 1950) ; Morton Scott Enslin to Chester M. Alter (14 Dec. 1950) ; From Oliver Shaw Rankin (15 Dec. 1950) ; "A conception and impression of religion from Dr. W.K. Wright's book entitled 'A student's philosophy of religion' (19 Dec. 1950) ; Fragment of application to Boston University (Sept. - Dec. 1950) ; "Martin L. King." by Charles E. Batten (1951) ; To Sankey L. Blanton (Jan. 1951) ; Crozer Theological Seminary Placement Committee: confidential evaluation of Martin Luther King, Jr., by Raymond J. Bean (4 Feb. 1951) ; "The origin of religion in the race" (9 Feb. 1951) ; Crozer Theological Seminary Placement Committee: confidential evaluation of Martin Luther King, Jr., by Charles E. Batten (23 Feb. 1951) ; Graduate Record Examination scores for Martin Luther King, Jr. (6 Mar. 1951) ; "A conception and impression of religion drawn from Dr. Brightman's book entitled 'A philosophy of religion' (28 Mar. 1951) ; "Religion's answer to the problem of evil" (27 Apr. 1951) ; "War and Pacifism" (20 Feb. - 4 May 1951) ; Notes on American capitalism (20 Feb. - 4 May 1951) ; "Jacques Maritain" (20 Feb. - 4 May 1951) ; Alberta Williams King to Charles E. Batten (10 May 1951) ; To Charles E. Batten (1 June 1951) ; From Charles E. Batten (4 June 1951) ; Charles E. Batten to Chester M. Alter (4 June 1951).
Altri titoli: Papers.
Called to serve, January 1929-June 1951
Responsabilità: senior editor, Clayborne Carson ; volume editiors, Ralph E. Luker, Penny A. Russell ; advisory editor, Louis R. Harlan.

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