Because they are familiar only with famous sound bites, there are many people who do not know that Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an American Baptist minister, was a liberal Christian not only in his concern for racial integration and social justice, but also theologically liberal.
Yet he was at the same time one who was able to see not only the strengths but also the weaknesses of liberal theology and liberal Christianity in his time. One weakness that he highlighted in a short assignment on the question as a seminary student is one that in our time continues to need attention drawn to it. Click through to read it.