Faith + Liberty

“And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, to love kindness,
and to walk humbly with your God?” Micah 6:8

We believe that religious, political, and economic liberty are inextricably intertwined and that the best conditions for a just society exist when men’s consciences, wills, and choices are free from undue governmental constraint.

Areas of focus: Church/State Relations, Free Market Economic Policy, Poverty/Government Dependence, Politics/Christians and Government, Public Theology, Immigration, Race, Religious Liberty, Environment, Law, War, Post-Christian Society, Christian Citizenship, Public Theology

Land calls for a spiritual awakening in America

By Julie Owens Originally appeared at Evangelicals risk a degeneration of ethics if the nation is not steered toward biblical principles, Richard Land told students and faculty attendin... Read More »

Dr. Richard Land to lecture at the final Land Center Luncheon of Spring 2018

Dr. Richard Land, President of Southern Evangelical Seminary, will be on the campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary on Tuesday, April 17th to lecture on “Are American Christians Facing a New Dark Age?” Dr. Land’s address will con... Read More »

Cakes and Conscience

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on December 5 in the highest profile case of this term. Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission is an important First Amendment case with significant implications for both freedom of speech and freed... Read More »

Religious Liberty and the Gospel

Religious liberty has become a major topic of discussion in recent months. There were worries about presidential candidates or potential Supreme Court justices who may scale back the freedoms that have been enjoyed by Americans for more than two centuries. How... Read More »

Religious Liberty Panel Discussion

Ryan Anderson, Zeb Pent, and Todd Wagner discuss religious liberty with Evan Lenow. Read More »

Religious Liberty After the 2016 Election

Ryan Anderson discusses religious liberty in the aftermath of the 2016 Presidential election. Read More »

Attacks on religious liberty discussed during post-election presentation

In 1790, First President of the United States George Washington was asked by the Hebrew congregation of Newport, R.I., what their status would be in the country. The Jewish people had historically been either a persecuted minority or a begrudgingly tolerated o... Read More »

In Memory of Justice Scalia

This Land Center Lecture is in Memory of Justice Scalia. Read More »

Liberty and Conscience

This Land Center Lecture features Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Professor, Malcolm Yarnell, speaking on Liberty and Conscience. Read More »