Once a year the nation celebrates the life of Martin Luther King Jr., a rare individual whose social achievements not only changed history but changed the consciousness of humanity. As a Baptist minister, it’s a given that his faith was a major influence on his views. Yet King’s Christianity was actually very radical, even for current standards, more at home with the theology of certain ancient mystics and heretics.
In his paper A Study in Mithraism, King wrote that Christianity was a natural extension of the Greco/Roman Mystery Religions: [Click link for rest]
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