Christian Encounters with “Illegal” Immigration
Foreword by Frank Schaeffer
Using a blend of travel narrative, interviews, theological insight, and biblical scholarship, Daniel tackles the controversial issues that surround undocumented migration in the United States by taking the reader to the spiritual, legal, and geographical front lines of the immigration debate. Here, the political becomes personal and “talking points” have a human face. The result of this journey is a compelling argument that encourages Christians to meet undocumented migrants as neighbors and as friends.
Study questions are included.
Praise for Neighbor
“A clear writer with a flair for journalism, Daniel goes beyond the spiritual arguments calling Christians to welcome the stranger, and takes to the road. . . . With the passage of a tough, anti-immigrant law in Arizona, this volume may strike a resonant note among people previously unmotivated to protest the issue.”
“In a context in which immigrant issues are hotly debated on a macro level, it is refreshing to hear a voice that examines the historical and political conundrums of illegal immigration through the lens of human dignity and a practical love for others who are, in fact, our neighbors.” Click here to read the complete review