"A Knock at Midnight is the definitive collection of eleven of Dr. King's most powerful and spiritual sermons, moving and meaningful words to live by for everyone. Compiled by Stanford historian Dr. Clayborne Carson, director of the King Papers Project, and by contributing editor Peter Holloran, this volume covers the full range of Dr. King's preaching career, from the earliest known audio recording of King preaching to his last sermon, delivered just days before his assassination." "Especially featured are the title sermon, among Dr. King's favorite and most challenging, and seven sermons never before seen in print." "A Knock at Midnight also includes eleven important introductions by renowned ministers and theologians of our time: Reverend Billy Graham, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and Bishop T. D. Jakes, among others. Here they share their personal reflections on the sermons and firsthand accounts of the events surrounding their delivery."--BOOK JACKET.
Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction / Clayborne Carson and Peter Holloran
Rediscovering Lost Values: Introduction by Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker
Paul's Letter to American Christians: Introduction by Reverend Dr. C. T. Vivian
Loving Your Enemies: Introduction by Reverend Dr. Joan Brown Campbell
A Knock at Midnight: Introduction by Reverend Dr. Otis Moss, Jr.
The American Dream: Introduction by Bishop T. D. Jakes, Sr.
Guidelines for a Constructive Church: Introduction by Reverend Floyd H. Flake
The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life: Introduction by Father Theodore Hesburgh
Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool: Introduction by Reverend Billy Graham
The Drum Major Instinct: Introduction by Reverend Robert M. Franklin
Unfulfilled Dreams: Introduction by Dr. Vincent Harding
Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution: Introduction by Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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