In the 1950s and 60s, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. inspired a nation with a message of hope, aimed against the forces of racism, inspired by the philosophy of nonviolence and what he believed to be the moral and spiritual teachings of the gospel. Is that philosophy relevant to today’s fights against injustice and our struggle against polarization? Rev. Adam Taylor of Sojourners and Braver Angels’ John Wood Jr. discuss race, divides within the church, the legacy of King and the challenges of nonviolence in 2021.
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