No, Evangelicals Are Not United on Immigration Reform

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The Rev. Michael Wilker — who hosted 300 evangelical leaders at his Church of the Reformation, very close to the capitol in Washington DC, for an Evangelical Immigration Table Day of Action — published an op ed in the Washington Post where he reiterated these words from the gathering: “We are announcing the Gospel that [Read More...]

Immigration Reform: Can the Bible Help Us?

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I was recently invited by a friend at Sojourners to host some content from the Evangelical Immigration Table.   This has been a contentious issue, and I’ve not taken a side personally.  But I would like to have a better conversation amongst evangelicals concerning the reasons they do, or do not, wish to support the kinds [Read More...]

Evangelical Support for Immigration Reform is Biblical, Not Political

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Many thanks to Matthew Soerens, who specializes on immigration issues for World Relief, for reading the recent guest post from Mark Tooley and offering this response:  * Evangelical Support for Immigration Reform is Biblical, Not Political By Matthew Soerens Recently there appeared here at Philosophical Fragments a guest post by Mark Tooley, president of the Institute for [Read More...]

For Evangelicals, the Temptation of Comprehensive Immigration Reform

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Philosophical Fragments (join our new Facebook account to the right) has become a staging ground for serious evangelical reflection on matters of public policy — thanks to friends engaged in policy discussions who want to share their faith perspective.  As always, guest posts do not necessarily reflect my own views.  Many thanks to Mark Tooley of [Read More...]

Illegal Immigration: Where Conservative Evangelicals Can Show Independence from the GOP

As anyone who follows the news already knows, President Obama decreed unilaterally that the United States government will cease deporting illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria: You must have come to the United States before your sixteenth birthday. You must be younger than 30 presently. You must have lived in the United States for five [Read More...]


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