Conde-Fraizer has made the ancient immigration policy God gave to Israel relevant for 21 century American Christians. Every page, each family anecdote, reinforces God’s guidelines governing Israel’s relationship to immigrants.
Rodney Cooper states that, “the immigration debate is divisive many Christians are taking a socio-political approach to this issue as opposed to a theological-biblical stance.”
A student from Arizona in my world religions class in my evangelical seminary told me that he would never give a cup of water to an illegal immigrant because it is against the law in Arizona.
Juan Martinez asks “What should a Christian do when human laws are either clearly unjust or, at least, disconnected from the reality of immigrants who suffer under them?” What would Jesus do?
Daniel Carroll argues that believers are to treat immigrants with respect and kindness.