Baker AcademicChristians at the Border: Immigration, the Church, and the Bible - eBook
Immigration is one of the most divisive issues on the national agenda. Fortunately, Christians at the Border provides sound biblical and ethical guidance for readers who are looking for a Christian perspective on the immigration issue. As both a Guatemalan and an American, M. Daniel Carroll R. has immersed himself in this issue and as a result presents a uniquely qualified perspective on this topic. Drawing on key biblical concepts, he speaks to both the immigrant culture and the host culture, arguing that both sides have much to learn about this hot-button debate topic. In light of the 2008 elections, this timely, clear, accessible and compassionate resource will benefit all Christians who are wrestling with the immigration issue.
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Date:March 29, 2013
This is a biblically-based treatise on the proper perspective that evangelicals should have on the immigration issue confronting the United States. The history of US immigration, including immigration a law, is discussed. It's a great book for any Christian who wants to see the biblical view of immigration, rather than allowing himself to be swept along by all the political rhetoric. This hot-button topic is explained also in rational terms from the perspective of the immigrant and also the receiving culture. I highly recommend it!