Richard Land

Southern Baptist Convention

Guest

President of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, which represents the Southern Baptist Convention on moral and social problems and questions of public policy; former Bush appointee at the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and author of The Divided States of America?: What Liberals AND Conservatives Are Missing in the God-and-Country Shouting Match! and Imagine! A God-Blessed America

Richard Land on KCRW

America's founders wrote a Constitution to intentionally exclude God, and their first amendment forbids the government to establish any religion.

Church and State in 21st Century America

America's founders wrote a Constitution to intentionally exclude God, and their first amendment forbids the government to establish any religion.

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