Lessons from St. Valentine… For Immigration
On February 16, 2015 By M. Daniel Carroll R.
Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on the Denver Seminary Blog one year ago, on Valentine’s Day. Today is St. Valentine’s Day. This morning I was reading from Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals, which has daily scripture readings and prayers, as well as short vignettes of Christian witness in the […]Continue Reading →
Challenges Ahead for Immigration – Here and Around the Globe
On January 30, 2015 By M. Daniel Carroll R.
Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Dr. M. Daniel Carroll Rodas’s personal blog. Permission was given by the author to repost. The many issues concerning migration are global. It is natural to think that immigration presents challenges to this country, but reports from around the world underscore that the […]Continue Reading →
The Law of the Land
On May 25, 2012 By Bethany Anderson
Last week, I had the privileged and honor of attending Immigrant Pathways Institute in Chicago. Basically, I spent about 9-10 hours a day learning, studying, and researching our current immigration laws. Additionally, I was able to engage in some challenging theological discussion with seminary students, Biblical theologians, professors, pastors, and lawyers. After only a week of […]Continue Reading →
Where to Begin
On June 29, 2011 By Guest-Contributor
Guest Blog by Danny Carroll R. The proper place to begin the immigration discussion is creation and the image of God. Discussions on immigration should begin with looking at those who come as people, as individuals who have left family, home, nation, and culture to try to start a new life in a different, […]Continue Reading →
Further Thoughts on Romans 13—Part II
On March 15, 2011 By Matthew Soerens
This is the second part of a two-part blog post. If you haven’t already, read Part I. As I’ve had more time to study Romans 13, reflect on it, and be sharpened by the views of others, I’ve come up with a few thoughts, which I’ll mention briefly here, that I wish […]Continue Reading →