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Gospel of Freedom: Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail and the Struggle That Changed a Nation (Anglais) Broché – 19 juin 2014

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Too broad and not focused enough on Dr. King's text. 26 janvier 2016
Par Shazzar Kallie, M.A. - Publié sur
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I bought this book thinking it was a true analysis of Dr. King's "Letter from Birmingham Jail" with each part of the letter analyzed with references for all the people, places and images Dr. King vividly brings to life in his amazing letter that even a high school student or teacher could appreciate, but I was disappointed. This book is one's man's overdone interpretation of Dr. King's letter. I had to wait until page 169 in the "Appendix: The text of the 'Letter from Birmingham Jail'" to actually read Dr. King's letter as a whole. I was disappointed even more when I could not find the published Public Statement from the eight white fellow clergymen anywhere in the book. There was simply mentions of their statement, but not the actual text. It should have been published in the book as a whole, so the reader can determine why Dr. King was inspired and compelled to respond the way he did with his letter. If you're looking for an easy read and a step by step outlined analysis of Dr. King's letter this is not the book for you.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must read 18 mai 2013
Par Don Johnson - Publié sur
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This book could and should be required reading for High School students. It dissects MLK's "Letter from Birmingham Jail" and juxtaposes it with the sermons he was preaching in these times, in other words it give the "Letter" King's eloquent voice. It also establishes the timeline of events in detail for this turbulent historic era. Jonathan Rieder has taken one of the three most important documents in American history and explains it so that it lives, breathes and bleeds even more than the "Letter" did in 1963. Thank you Mr. Rieder and God bless Martin Luther King!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful reminder of where we still need to go 24 janvier 2016
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Martin Luther King Junior's letter from a Birmingham jail is in my opinion nothing short of prophetic. This book is a commentary of sorts on the letter as well as a look at the letters influence and the kind of history of the civil rights movement in America. I read this book on Martin Luther King day and found my heart stirred by it and longing to see the kingdom of God, and it's fullness. If you've never read the letter, I first recommend you read it, then use this book is a companion. I believe it has a lot to say to our present day and speaks to how far we still need to go toward racial unity in this country..
5.0 étoiles sur 5 SERIOUSLY WONDERFUL!!!!!!! 28 avril 2013
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Mr. Rieder, through his brilliant research and thought-provoking analysis of Dr. King's world in 1963, has lit a beacon in a musty corner of civil rights history. This powerful book shines a bright light onto the beauty, humanity, heartbreak, otherworldly courage, righteous anger, and unmitigated genius residing in the heart and mind of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when he wrote his letter from the Birmingham jail. I finished the book in one very long sitting. I was deeply moved with heightened sense of understanding of Dr. King's character and personality. I loved and respected him before reading the book, as he is a hero of mine. But I came away from the book with a much deeper understanding of the power of his character - his deep integrity that kept his all-too-human fury in check. This book gave me a sense of his inner fury and just how close he came to despair. I also got a clearer sense of how he drew strength from his "people," his beloved black brothers and sisters who were the daily sufferers from Jim Crow. How much we owe this great and precious man who was with us for too short a time!
The scholarship in this book is impeccable. There was one instance where I found the timeline a bit confusing during the letter-analysis portion, but that may have been from loss of sleep as I read into the night. Have a box of kleenex near at hand when you open this book. Thank you, Mr. Rieder. I could tell that you love him, too.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Freedom Masterpiece 8 octobre 2013
Par Fred Fenton - Publié sur
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This is a book everyone should read. Here is Dr. King in all his complexity and genius, his bravery and compassion, and his understandable anger over the racism deep in the soul of America. If you, like me, have admired the man and his accomplishments, you will take strength from him to continue the struggle as you read Professor Rieder's remarkable book. The Letter from Birmingham Jail is one of the great freedom documents.This book gave me fresh awareness and deeper insight into the message it brings, the time in which it was written, and the challenges we still face 50 years after it was written.
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