<i>Doing God’s Will: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Life of Purpose</i> by Larry L. Macon Sr. (A Book Review)
Weronika Kurasz's review of Larry L. Macon Senior's Doing God’s Will: Martin Luther King Jr. and a Life of Purpose. Saint Paul Press, 2019.
Martin Luther King; theology; Black Church; Baptist Church; activism; social change; African Traditional Religions
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