A prominent African American pastor, Dwight McKissic Sr., has publicly accepted Richard Land’s apology for remarks he (Land) made about the Trayvon Martin killing. “I fully accept his apology — without hesitation, or reservation — and appeal to all Christians, regardless of color, who were offended by his remarks to accept his apology and forgive him,” McKissic wrote in a May 10 post at the SBC Voices blog. Land, on May 9, issued a five-part, two-page apology “for the harm my words of March 31, 2012, have caused to specific individuals, the cause of racial reconciliation, and the gospel of Jesus Christ.”