Debra K. Brazzel - Sermon Untitled (January 17, 1993)
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- Debra K. Brazzel - Sermon Untitled (January 17, 1993)
Sermon start time: 00:11. Sermon end time: 16:33.
Martin Luther King Jr. did not choose to become a prophet in our times, but became one nonetheless because he felt called to by God and chose to heed the call. But people of faith have missed the legacy of MLK’s life if they relegate him and his work to history, and racial hatred and prejudice are even more entrenched now, so people of faith must work. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Key quotation: “That there is such abysmal poverty in a country as affluent as ours is a moral outrage. America desperately needs the prophetic witness of the faithful. We are in need of people who have the courage to stand up for what is right, in whatever small or great ways that you may find the opportunity to do that.”
- January 17, 1993
- Brazzel, Debra K.
- Duke University. Chapel
- UA.17.01.0003 CS-0628
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