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Martin Luther King

By Mario Escobar Golderos, writer and historian.

In the Talmud we read one of the most overwhelming asseverations about the justice: Who is compassionate with the cruel onesit puts an end to be cruel to the compassionate ones. When being possible imposes, in the face of the impossibility of justifying their injustices fall in Pascal's paradox that he/she tells us: Nothaving been able to achieve that the fair thing was strong, we have made that the strong thing is exactly. Martin Luther King preached a Gospel liberador, where without justice you/he/she is impossibletrue transformation of the human being.

In the Conference in the Mutualité of Paris October of 1965, 24 Martin Luther King threw a lit message to the numb Church. The decepcionante behaviorof many Christian in the face of the injustices that surround them, discredits to the Gospel.

The famous preacher's words cannot be more eloquent:
To the blacks of America they have disappointedthem Christ's Church that seems whiter than it christens and many white cult minister that prefer to be quiet aided after their windows. They have disappointed them certain black shepherds that seem toprefer to be devoted to the comfort of their cars that to the service that you/they should to the black community...

Their critics not to finish here. If the lack of zeal of the Town of Israelbrought I get an unjust society far from the prerogatives of the laws of Levítico and Deuteronomy; the Church is the responsible one that the men look for in the violence the social justice. The words ofKing are exemplary:
The Church has a great part of responsibility in the revolutionary movement. Yes, this same Church that so often is only the last bastion of the status quo, it possesses a potentideology that incites the men to reach new summits and he/she gives them the conviction of their destination.

The power liberator of being recognized as son of God; facts according to their...