Source: Heidi Hall / The Tennessean
The Southern Baptist Convention’s top ethicist issued two apologies yesterday – one for reading a Washington Times column on his radio show without proper attribution and the other for the message it contained.
Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, faced criticism for his March 31 Richard Land Live! broadcast, in which he said President Obama and other African-American leaders were keeping the Trayvon Martin shooting story alive for political gain.
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