When his father found out, he sent Voltaire to study law, this time in CaenNormandy. But the young man continued to write, producing essays and historical studies. Voltaire's wit made him popular among some of the aristocratic families with whom he mixed.
He achieved his most renown and greatest successes in advancing the cause of civil rights while leading a series of highly publicized campaigns in Alabama between and During this decade of mass protests against racial injustices, King's words and deeds inspired millions of people throughout the world.
Inhe won the Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership in the struggle for racial equality. In contrast, others saw King as a polarizing figure whose actions elicited violent reactions. He was assassinated on April 4, Following a trip to Europe inKing Sr. As the son of a minister, King's early life was centered on activities at the prestigious Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he sang in the choir.
King left grade school at 15 and entered Morehouse College, intending to follow his father into the ministry. He graduated from Morehouse in with a bachelor's degree in sociology and began theological studies at Crozer Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania.
InKing began course work for a doctorate at Boston University, where he studied various aspects of liberal Protestant theology and wrote a dissertation comparing the ideas of theologians Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman. King's father initially objected to his son's romance with a "country girl" from Alabama but nonetheless performed the couple's wedding ceremony on June 18,on the Scott family farm in Heiberger, just north of Marion.
The couple would have four children: Influences on King King drew from a variety of traditions, philosophers, theologians, and moralists in formulating his ideas on race, justice, and civil rights. Like many black preachers before him, King used his ministerial status to protest injustices, inspire his followers to become faith-based community activists, and tap into monetary sources within the black church.
King rejected some of the religious views of the traditional black church, however. He embraced the notion that a preacher must minister to the external and physical needs of an individual in addition to internal and spiritual needs.
He found inspiration in the writings of American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr and essayist Henry David Thoreau, who both helped him develop his views that an individual should refuse to cooperate with an evil system and had the right to disobey unfair laws.
In the actions of Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi, he found support for his belief in nonviolent resistance to injustice and the use of love to resist evil.
These influences and others helped King develop a strategy of protest and civil disobedience using love and nonviolent tactics to confront the racist laws and customs of the American South, which he viewed as an evil, unjust system created by immoral men.Nonviolent Protests: An argumentative essay - From the Boston Tea Party of , the Civil Rights Movement and the Pro-Life Movement of the s, to the Tea Party Movement and Occupy Wall Street Movement of current times, “those struggling against unjust laws have engaged in acts of deliberate, open disobedience to government .
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The goal is to edify and equip you for the work of service (Eph note) that the Lord God might be . The Philosophy of Nonviolence of Dr. Martin Luther King in his Letter from a Birmingham Jail - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Letter from a Birmingham Jail gave the people an insight into the mind and his unwillingness to give up on his dream for better life and respect for ‘Negroes’.
Most of Voltaire's early life revolved around Paris. From early on, Voltaire had trouble with the authorities for critiques of the government.