Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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LISTEN NOW! Greg, John, and Pat honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.   They to share how Dr. King was an American apostle that led the country back to the original intent of the U.S. Constitution.  They discuss the importance of having a right perspective regarding the history of our nation.  They share that for a large percentage of American history approximately 522 years from the time the country was founded up until the civil rights era and the election of President Barak Obama the nation has had a history of being unjust  to African Americans.  They further discuss the importance of Dr. King and his plight for justice for all mankind.  They continue to ask what would have happened if instead of President Kennedy trying to appease racist governors he would have flatly and undeniably said to those governors “this is wrong”, it’s racism, and in certain cases (as it pertained to the law) it was unconstitutional, what would have happened.  Would he have done things differently if he knew he had a short time left to live?   Many career politicians, (once elected) are tempted to try to hold on to power not knowing that he would shortly lose his life Jesus died for all the “ethnos” nations of the world.  How can one who says he knows Jesus hate his brother?  It’s simple; they can’t.  Dr. King didn’t’ change his message. He kept the truth on the forefront.  We must remember as we gain a full perspective of American history.

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