Richard Land

Southern Baptist Convention

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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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