Editor’s note: With Robert Griffin III’s return to football generating a lot of buzz in the sports world, we’re revisiting this blog Ian Danley wrote about his experience visiting an Ethiopian restaurant in DC watching a football game last year.
We had literally just paid for our food. It was some takeout place without […]Continue Reading →
A group of us from my church gathered one Wednesday night to talk about what God has to say about immigration. Unlike the debates we are hearing on TV and the Radio in the build up to the election, this was not a moment to talk about our different political views but to have […]Continue Reading →
Does anyone keep the Sabbath anymore? I’ve come to the conclusion that the fourth commandment the most ignored of the Ten Commandments. If we did keep Sabbath, I wonder how our thoughts about our undocumented neighbors might change.
The Old Testament books of Exodus and Deuteronomy each contain […]Continue Reading →
Guest Blog by James Fischer
Written by an accomplished professor at a prominent evangelical seminary, Christians at the Border is an important resource for anyone exploring biblical perspectives on immigration in America. Daniel Carroll speaks with a balanced and insightful voice in a tone becoming of healthy Christian discourse. His experience as a […]Continue Reading →