Rediscovering Lost Values
Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King delivered this sermon at the pulpit of the Second Baptist Church in Detroit. He urges the people to retrace their steps and go back to retrieve lost values that are important in making a better world. He reiterates the taken for granted truth that everything is anchored to morality and spiritual laws - both of which are God-ce... Read more

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Martin Luther King Jr.: Rediscovering Lost Values

February 28, 1954 (over 63 years ago)

Martin Luther King delivered this sermon at the pulpit of the Second Baptist Church in Detroit. He urges the people to retrace their steps and go back to retrieve lost values that are important in making a better world. He reiterates the taken for granted truth that everything is anchored to mora...

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Source: Baptist Press

Martin Luther King Jr.: Loving Your Enemies

November 17, 1957 (over 59 years ago)

Martin Luther King preaches about one of the hardest commandments Jesus ever said: love your enemies. He makes everyone aware of the good and the bad side in everything. He suggests that the best way to start living the commandment is by realizing the bad but acknowledging the good in all there is.

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Source: The King Center

Karen Armstrong: Let's Revive the Golden Rule

July 1, 2009 (about 8 years ago)

In this talk, Karen Armstrong stresses the importance of coming together in compassion and in the message of the Golden Rule. That religion should unite us and not divide. She talks about the urgency to have the Charter for Compassion implemented globally and that we should all be active particip...

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Source: TED

Devdutt Pattanaik: East vs. West - the Myths that Mystify

November 1, 2009 (over 7 years ago)

In this talk, Devdutt Pattanaik tells us about the myths of the East and of the West. He differentiates both and explains their points of view. He states that the differences in these beliefs constitute the difficulty we have in understanding one another.

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Source: TED

Karen Armstrong: TED Prize Wish: The Charter for Compassion

February 1, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

In this talk, Karen Armstrong reminds us of the Golden rule and that we must always find compassion in every interpretation of scripture. These ideas should combine to make a charter for compassion that will make religion a force for harmony.

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Source: TED

Tom Honey: On God and the Tsunami

February 1, 2005 (over 12 years ago)

In this talk, Rev. Tom Homey reflects on God's role in view of the 2004 tsunami. His talk asks about how God could let this tragedy happen. This also leads us to question our personal definition of God and how we perceive God.

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Source: TED

Martin Luther King Jr.: Paul's Letter to American Christians

November 4, 1956 (over 60 years ago)

This imaginary letter from Apostle Paul speaks of the segregation within and without the church, not only in America but all over the world for there is still time to change and do God's will.

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Source: The King Center

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