G92 is Coming!
On August 8, 2011 By Matthew Soerens
In my experience talking to churches and Christian groups around the U.S., I’ve found that one of the best indicators of how a person will approach the issue of immigration is his or her age. While there are some wonderful exceptions, a lot of older people have had fewer interactions with immigrants and, in […]Continue Reading →
The Tea Party Case for Immigration Reform: A Review of “Let Them In”
On March 28, 2011 By Matthew Soerens
Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders by Jason Riley is an excellent book with a regrettable title. Because I personally do not think the United States could sustain an open borders policy—and because that is also quite adamantly not the position of my employer, World Relief, which like other evangelical groups […]Continue Reading →