Hispanic Old Testament scholar Daniel Carroll brings biblical theology to bear creatively on the current immigration conversation with an eye to correcting assumptions on both sides of the issue.Hispanic Old Testament scholar Daniel Carroll brings biblical theology to bear creatively on the current immigration conversation with an eye to correcting assumptions on both sides of the issue.Read Less
Very Good+ Trade Paperback. Black marker line on bottom edge, else book is almost as new.; 8-1/2" Tall, 174pp. PAPER COVERS. Cover is a little lighter than posterboard. RELIGION. "A timely, must-read book for the church in the United States. The thinking of many American citizens concernng Hispanic immigration is being shaped by heated and emotional political debate both locally and nationally. This book helps us think through this complex issue clearly and soberly by presenting a well-documented historical and biblical perspective on immigration and people movements. This book will help the American church see God's heart on this matter and to act sensibly, compassionately, and biblically toward the stranger or alien living and working among us. " List of Selected Resources. Notes. Index.
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