Southern Baptist expert Richard Land, the voice of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, borrowed his diatribe on President Obama’s Trayvon Martin remarks but, oops, failed to credit the sources for whole paragraphs of invective.

He even stood by his Trayvon-Obama comments when they came under fire.

But then a Baylor grad student blogger caught the quotes in Land’s regular radio br0adcast — where Land never mentioned any sources — and checked the language against the footnotes on his web site where the original authors of the language were cited.

And today, Land issued double apologies — one for form and the other for content.

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