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A Knock at Midnight: Inspiration from the Great Sermons of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

This book is about Martin Luther King Jr.
In "A Knock at Midnight: Inspiration from the Great Sermons of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.," readers are invited into the profound world of Dr. King's spiritual and ethical guidance. Published on January 1, 2000, this collection presents eleven of King’s most compelling sermons, from his earliest recordings to his final words before his tragic assassination. Each sermon is introduced by luminaries such as Reverend Billy Graham and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, enriching the text with personal reflections and historical contexts that highlight the enduring relevance of King's messages. Ideal for high school students exploring the complexities of racial justice, this book not only educates but also inspires action through the powerful legacy of one of the most pivotal figures in American history. As you delve into the pages, King’s voice transcends time, urging today's generation to rise with the same courage and determination towards equality. Will you heed the call?
Published by Warner Books on January 1, 2000
234 pages
ISBN: 9780446675543
Best for readers in High School
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