Analysis Of Letter From Birmingham Jail By Martin Luther King

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In the selected section of “Letter from Birmingham Jail”, Martin Luther King indicates that the segregation law is an unjust law and should be abolished, because it seriously affects black people’s rights and freedom. He uses God as an example in his article to show his point of view that God is racial justice. However, his use of God is not a proper example. King writes that God is “an extremist for love, truth, and goodness.” In contrast, in Bible, slavery occurs a lot of times and God allows the slavery. Slavery is an action to oppress the lower level people and let them serve the other people. In the chapter, Genesis, Lord told Abram that his seeds would live in the place that were not his and they would serve the others for hundreds of

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