Richard Land

Stories by Richard Land

How Latinos are changing American Christianity

Will wonders never cease? In the midst of an unprecedented avalanche of negative media against traditional religious values and the … Continued

Meaning of Fred Luter’s presidency to Southern Baptists

Several thousand Southern Baptist pastors, church workers, laymen and their wives, most of them elected representatives (“messengers”) from their local … Continued

A mosque near Ground Zero is unacceptable

The New York City community board endorsed the Cordoba House, a community center and mosque planned for construction near Ground … Continued

No religious test for office, including Supreme Court justice

I have been asked on several occasions both by members of the media and private individuals about whether I was … Continued

Tebow ad another reason pro-choice is losing

Q: The conservative Christian group Focus on the Family is sponsoring a pro-life ad, featuring football star Tim Tebow, during … Continued

Too high a price

Should Ireland have a law against blasphemy? No. In order to have freedom of speech and religious freedom, one must … Continued

Sotomayor, the ERLC, Parham and the Facts

In his OnFaith article (originally titled “SBC More Partisan than Senators on Sotomayor”), Robert Parham claimed the ERLC has lost … Continued

The President’s Speech: Happiness and Disappointment

I applaud President Obama for his clear and unambiguous proclamation of freedom of religion. President Obama affirmed that “People in … Continued

George Tiller’s Murder a Human Tragedy

The murder of Dr. George Tiller is a human tragedy. If the perpetrator of this violence proves to be someone … Continued

Sad Day for Sanctity of Life

This is a sad day for the sanctity of all human life in America. President Obama, in rescinding President Bush’s … Continued

President-elect And His Family Should Go To Church

If the President is a man of faith, then I believe he should follow the precepts of that faith. In … Continued

Race, Sex, and Religion: A Personal Perspective

As a Caucasian male, I am reticent to wade into this deep end of the pool. However, my personal impressions, … Continued

Email: Blessing AND Curse

Email is both a blessing and a curse. It is a blessing because we have much faster access to information … Continued

An Eloquent Defense of Religious Liberty and Diversity

I had been urging Governor Romney to give such a speech for over a year, ever since he invited me … Continued

Reasons to give thanks

It is proper that we give thanks to almighty God on every day of the year, but as we mark … Continued

What About the Atheists?

When Christopher Hitchens observes that, “Religion is violent, irrational, intolerant, allied to racism and tribalism and bigotry, invested in ignorance … Continued

Life: Its blessings and dissatisfactions

No, I am not satisfied with where I am in my life because that would imply complacency. I do feel … Continued

A True Giant of the Faith

A true giant of the faith has gone on to his heavenly reward. Our grief at our loss of his … Continued

Debunking Segregationist Academy Myth

In response the last post of the Feb. 28 debate with Richard Land and Randall Balmer that can be found … Continued

Yes I Pray

Yes, I pray. To me, prayer is talking to God, my heavenly Father, in the name of Jesus Christ—His Son, … Continued