What if Martin Luther King Jr Were alive today?

David Webber Columbia MISSOURIAN, April 17, 2018

Last week’s remembrances of Martin Luther King Jr. caused me to read, for the first time, King’s last book, “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” In it, King writes about his concern about the term “Black Power” and assesses the strategic position of African Americans. 643 more words


Two Men Entered Starbucks Last Week. They Were Arrested For No Reason.

Last Thursday, two men entered a Starbucks location in Philadelphia. They were waiting for a third man to discuss a business deal. They sit down at a couple of benches and kill time by looking a their phones. 198 more words

National News

The American Dream

Last Wednesday, April 4, marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. In tribute to his life and legacy, the Alabama Department of Archives & History held an event called “The Words”, a public reading of nine of Dr. 247 more words

Writing & Literary

Public Success and Personal Failure

As a disclaimer, I want to say this post was written after I listened to this panel discussion from the T4G conference this week. I haven’t listened to the other speakers from this conference. 1,987 more words

Just Being Real

“vanity of vanities; all is vanity”

The news depresses me.

It is too much, far too much, about trivialities presented as matters of grave concern to the nation and body politic. 1,299 more words

Roger W. Smith

Shouldn't Calvinists (even new ones) Understand Clay Feet?

Even if Russell Moore received several tweeted thumbs up for his address at the Gospel Coalition conference on Martin Luther King, Jr., others are raising questions about ERLC head’s commentary on race relations. 735 more words

Because Someone Has To Provide Oversight