Martin Luther King in the African American Preaching Tradition
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Valentino Lassiter has cast ""spiritual breads"" upon the waters with this compelling comparison of the historic tradition of African American preaching and the overwhelming spiritual preaching of Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King in the African American Preaching Tradition details preaching by slave preachers to present day preachers. More importantly, it shows how King's sermon content was ""cut from the same loaf"" as those preachers who preached justice and God's assurance in the 1600s. Lassiter has written a book that will be an important resource for pastors, seminarians, and those who are interested in the never-ending fascination with dynamic African American preaching. Valentino Lassiter is Pastor in Residence at John Carroll University. He is also the Pastor of East View United Church of Christ in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
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