Immigration and the Bible: Vol 19

2010, 21 pp
For most people, including many members of the christian community, foundational understandings of immigration come from the news, their neighbours' opinions, from national security needs, or the country's legal framework. M. Daniel Carroll R. firmly believes that God's people can and must do better than this. "Christians should respond self-consciously as Christians to immigration," he claims, "and the Bible should be their fundamental resource."

Does the Bible have anything to say about immigrations? Indeed it does, claims Carroll, and he sets out to amply demontrate it by walking readers through the lives and times of Abraham, Ruth, Daniel, Esther and Jesus himself, whose own life began as a refugee "in another place as a displaced person."

Readers of this booklet will find Carroll's writing insightful, yet easy to read - a fine beginning for sermons, Sunday school lessons, and small-group conversations.

Also available in Spanish.

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