Monday, January 15, 2007

In a 1949 sermon,Martin Luther King Jr. asked God to "help us work with renewed vigor for a warless world, a better distribution of wealth and a brotherhood that transcends race or color."

King also sought a peaceful coexistence between science and religion and rejected a literal reading of the Bible, an approach he said had been used to justify slavery and other racial injustices.
By ERRIN HAINES, Associated Press Writer

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