Episode 133: John MacArthur, Christianity Today, and MLK: Was Martin Luther King Jr. a Christian?

In this episode, Justin Peters engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Virgil Walker and Darryl Harrison about the complex legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., particularly focusing on whether he can be considered a true Christian given his theological views.

The trio delves into King’s early writings, which clearly depart from orthodox Christian doctrines such as the deity of Christ, the resurrection, and the virgin birth. They argue that, despite King’s monumental contributions to civil rights and social justice, his theological positions remained inconsistent with core Christian beliefs throughout his life. This podcast also addresses criticisms of John MacArthur’s statements regarding King’s Christian faith, exploring the evidential basis for questioning King’s theological and moral stance.


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