The Preaching of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. And Cultural Diversity at the Blue Hills Baptist Church

Dissertation, United Theological Seminary (1995)

This final document addresses the need for bridge building relationships in a cultural diversity context, specially for African-Americans and West Indians. Six sermons by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were preached and played in order to empower a group of adults to model leadership and to embrace cultural diversity as something that God has ordained. Six Bible study sessions were planned, implemented and taught as the Scriptural basis for framing the sermons. Results of the model were evaluated by a post test qualitative analysis instrument to show reconciliation between African-Americans and West Indians as their behavior embraced cultural diversity
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