- MLK50 Conference
MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop Celebrate Dr Martin Luther King's legacy with us on April 3-4, 2018 in Memphis, TN
- MLK50: Gospel Reflections from the Mountaintop
Keynote and workshop media archives from the MLK50 Conference which was held in Memphis, TN on April 3-4, 2018
- MLK50 Conference Media Now Available
All video and audio from the main MLK50 Conference talks and workshops, focusing on the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr , are now available All video and audio from the #MLK50Conference talks and workshops are now available We hope you’ll share them widely and listen together with friends, family, and church groups
- Theologian Argues MLK50 Conference Was Propaganda, ERLC . . .
"At one point only (so far as I can tell) did the MLK50 Conference address the problem of King's heretical views and extraordinary sexual immorality It was a brief perfunctory whitewash, pure and simple," Gagnon wrote, noting that they stuck to a script of "foreordained" conclusions about King's greatness
- MLK50 Conference (Apr 2018), Memphis USA - Conference
The MLK50 Conference, organized by the MLK50 will take place from 3rd April to 4th April 2018 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in Memphis, United States Of America The Conference marks an opportunity for Christians to reflect on the state of racial unity in the church and the culture
- The MLK50 Conference on Why Racial Unity Is a Gospel Issue . . .
The MLK50 Conference on Why Racial Unity Is a Gospel Issue (and Some Thoughts About John Perkins) By Randy Alcorn | April 9, 2018 Last week, the Ethics Religious Liberty Commission and The Gospel Coalition hosted the MLK50 Conference , which focused on the state of racial unity in the church and the culture 50 years after Martin Luther King
- JT 23 ‘MLK 50 Conference’ – Just Thinking Podcast
The MLK50 Conference held on April 3-4, 2018 by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) has been controversial, to say the least Some Christians saw the conference as unifying and necessary, whereas others saw it as divisive and unproductive
- Micro-Aggression Worship Songs, Tweets from the MLK50 . . .
Covered a number of odd things coming out of the MLK50 Conference, including a “worship song” that included the concept of “micro-aggressions” (just finding a way to put that tongue stopper in a line of music deserves credit!) and a tweet insisting that “White Evangelicalism” (whatever