Martin Luther King Jr.’s unfinished task

In the fall of 1956, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed his congregation at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. He asked them to imagine that the apostle Paul had written to American Christians as he had done nineteen hundred years before to the church at Rome, Galatia, and Colossae. What would he say? Since the apostle usually wrote to encourage and convict, what faults might he seek to correct? According…