Men Who've Walked With God: The Light That Is Darkness, 1953 July 26


In this final sermon on "The Men Who've Walked With God," Thurman talks about the dynamics of human values. We are each born with a fundamental sense of values, however our values might be put towards destructive ends. It is easy to lie and mislabel our values, whether it be by ignorance or for the sake of convenience. Thurman says that power and knowledge tends to have a particular corrosive effect on our sense of values and responsibility. The answer to this is humility – measuring ourselves not by others' achievements, but "by the dream that stirred our hearts."

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