Martin Luther King, Jr. I Have A Dream Speech - YouTube
Martin Luther King, Jr., (January 15, 1929-April 4, 1968) was born Michael Luther King, Jr., but later had his name changed to Martin. His grandfather began ...
'Old Dixie Highway' renamed for Barack Obama crosses Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
As a strike against its "racist" past, a city in Florida has renamed a stretch of Old Dixie Highway for Barack Obama.
Dr. King Is Assassinated - Apr 04, 1968
On this day in History, Dr. King is assassinated on Apr 04, 1968. Just after 6 p.m. on April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. is fatally shot while standing on the balcony outside his second-story room...
The Woman Who Almost Killed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
It’s a forgotten story in which the Civil Rights movement narrowly escaped a crippling blow in 1958. It’s also the story of the woman who tried to be an assassin and failed and is now very old, free,...
Black History Month menu at university features fried chicken, collard greens
Menu at Ohio’s Wright State University showing image of Martin Luther King Jr prompts apologies from dining service and institution’s president
J. Edgar Hoover’s wretched attempt to destroy Martin Luther King in a letter
Beverly Gage is a Yale University professor who finds ways to tell us about our present by looking at the past. She is married to a friend of mine, Dan Perkins, who is better known as the cartoonist T...
Henry Collin Minton
Henry Collin Minton (1855–1924) was the chairman of Systematic Theology in the San Francisco Theological Seminary from December 2, 1891 to October 1, 1902. He then became the minister for the First Pr...
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William Lane Craig
William Lane Craig /kreɪɡ/ (born August 23, 1949) is an American analytical philosopher, theologian, and Christian apologist. Craig's philosophical work focuses primarily on philosophy of religion, ...
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Francis J. Beckwith
Francis J. "Frank" Beckwith (born 1960) is an American philosopher, Christian apologist, scholar, and lecturer who is currently an associate professor of Church-State Studies at Baylor University as w...
Nathaniel Schmidt
Nathaniel Schmidt (May 22, 1862 – June 29, 1939) of Ithaca, New York was a Swedish American Baptist minister, Progressive democrat, educator and orientalist.
Schmidt was born at Hudiksvall Municip...
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Adam Maida
Adam Joseph Maida (born March 18, 1930) is an American cardinal prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as the Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit, Michigan from 1990 to 2009, and was ele...
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Joseph B. Soloveitchik
Joseph Ber (Yosef Dov, Yoshe Ber) Soloveitchik (February 27, 1903 – April 9, 1993) (Hebrew: יוסף דב הלוי סולובייצ'יק‎) was a major American Orthodox rabbi, Talmudist and modern Jewish philosophe...
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Charles Winquist
Charles Winquist (1944 – April 4, 2002) was the Thomas J. Watson Professor of Religion at Syracuse University. He is known for his writings on theology and contemporary continental philosophy.
Win...
William Weston Patton
Rev. William Weston Patton (19 October 1821, New York City - 1889), was president of Howard University, a fierce abolitionist and one of the contributors to the words of John Brown's Body. He was the...
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Jason BeDuhn
Jason David BeDuhn, Ph.D. is an historian of religion and culture, currently Professor of Religious Studies at Northern Arizona University.BeDuhn holds a B.A. in Religious studies from the University ...
William Mackergo Taylor
William Mackergo Taylor (1829–1895) was an American Congregational minister, born at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. He graduated at the University of Glasgow (1849), and at the divinity hall of the U...
Abraham Mitrie Rihbany
Abraham Dimitri Rihbany known as Abraham Mitrie Rihbany (Arabic: أبراهام متري الرحباني‎ , 1869-1944; sometimes spelled Rahbany) was an American theologian, philologist and historian of Rûm ...
Irving Francis Wood
Irving Francis Wood, Ph. D. (1861-1934 ) was an American biblical scholar.Professor Wood was born at Walton, New York. He graduated from Hamilton College in 1885 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and t...
Costen Jordan Harrell
Costen Jordan Harrell (February 12, 1885 – 1971) was a bishop of The Methodist Church in the United States, elected in 1944.
Costen was born in 12 February 1885 on his grandfather's plantati...
Charles William Schaeffer
Charles William Schaeffer (born in Hagerstown, Maryland, 5 May 1813; died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 15 March 1896) was a Lutheran clergyman and theologian of the United States.
His parents we...
Henry Boynton Smith
Henry Boynton Smith (November 21, 1815 - February 7, 1877), United States theologian, was born in Portland, Maine.He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1834; studied theology at Andover, where his health...
William Hamilton (theologian)
William Hamilton (March 9, 1924 – February 28, 2012) was a theologian and proponent of the death of God movement. Hamilton died in 2012 at age 87 in Portland, Oregon.
Hamilton was born in 1924 in ...
Mordecai Kaplan
Mordecai Menahem Kaplan (June 11, 1881 – November 8, 1983), was a rabbi, essayist and Jewish educator and the co-founder of Reconstructionist Judaism along with his son-in-law Ira Eisenstein.
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Neal Henry Gillespie
Neal Henry Gillespie, C.S.C. (January 19, 1831 – November 12, 1874) was an American Catholic religious figure.He was the brother of Eliza Maria Gillespie; born in Washington County, Pennsylvania; died...
Thomas J. J. Altizer
Thomas Jonathan Jackson Altizer (born May 28, 1927) is a radical theologian who incorporated Friedrich Nietzsche's conception of the "death of God" into his teachings.
Altizer was born in Charlest...
William Laurence Sullivan
William Laurence Sullivan (November 15, 1872—October 5, 1935) was an American Unitarian clergyman, prolific author and literary critic, whose Letters to His Holiness, Pope Pius X (1910), was the...
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