“I will call them my people, who were not my people. And her beloved, who was not beloved.” (Romans 9:25 referencing Hosea 2:23) Estranged, alienated, and removed; anyone living in an industrialized modern society in the 21st century would be able to define, or at least identify the sentiments of these words. Our […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by Adam Gustine   Last night, I had a conversation with some friends over dinner. They were asking questions about our church and the new legal clinic we are starting to serve our immigrant neighbors. As I was explaining the vision and the steps we were taking, my friend, Jeff, asked me […]Continue Reading
Guest blog by: Daniel Darling When I talk to Christians about immigration, most conservative hardliners root their philosophy in Romans 13, where we find the theological basis for a government’s duty and right to enforce their law. Ironically, I completely agree with this assessment, because in a fallen world (described in great detail in […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by Ian Danley (This is the second part of a two-part blog). Even a cursory look at Hebrew scripture and law reveal an almost constant concern for those on the margins: the widow, the orphan, and the stranger. Knowing that in an agrarian economy, women without men, children without parents and […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by Ian Danley (This is the first of a two-part blog; Part II is now online as well.) As we consider together the question of a biblical perspective towards immigration and immigration policy, I want to offer a few lenses that I think help Christians identify the issue in biblical terms. […]Continue Reading
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