April 4, 2008

The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

When a sniper's bullet took the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Memphis on April 4, 1968, America lost its foremost leader in the civil rights movement. Forty years later, Americans are still coming to terms with the life and legacy of Dr. King. On today's program, Dr. Mohler welcomes Ken Fentress, pastor of Montrose Baptist Church in Rockville, MD, for a conversation about King and his impact on American culture and the church.

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