Lincoln and King on Separation of the Church and the State

Almost one hundred years separate Lincoln’s second inaugural address delivered on March 4, 1865 from
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s open letter from Birmingham Jail was written on April 16, 1963. One hundred years is not a
long time historically, but it is an eternity for a people oppressed and mistreated for several centuries, including most of the history of our young nation.
In a minimum of 750 words, analyze Lincoln’s address and King’s letter:
Discuss three things that connect Lincoln and King through these writings
Discuss at least one thing that separates them
What stands out most in your mind in Lincoln’s address and King’s letter?
Select one other reading and or a video clip for this week and explain how it adds to your perspective of
Lincoln’s address and King’s letter.
Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address
Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail

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