Is There a Christian Position on Immigration Reform? And Thoughts on How to Avoid Deception

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In the first hour, Dr. Brown discusses the issue of immigration reform with Hispanic Christian leader Samuel Rodriguez; in the second hour, Dr. Brown will look at the power of deception and scriptural ways to avoid deception. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: When it comes to the subject of immigration, yes, we must join justice together with mercy to have a biblical response.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If you want to avoid falling in the ditch of deception, which is on either side of the road, stay in the middle, focused on Jesus, living holy, and grounded in the Word.

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8 Comments
  1. Hi Dr. Brown,

    I was listening to your show today about immigration. I think as Christians in America, we need to consider the parable of the unjust steward. The day may come when we have to leave America. In that day, it would be good to have friends from other places.

  2. Larry,

    Why would you have to leave America?

    By your own choice? Forced out?

    A few specific would help?

  3. We don’t get the first hour here. I’m sure Dr. B is aware that the the bible has a whole lot to say about immigrants.

    Leviticus 19:33-34

    New International Version (NIV)

    33 “‘When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. 34 The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the Lord your God.

  4. While thinking on Mal 3:5, I began to wonder if we will see God stand up for the immigrant that is doing well in his sight, and against the government worker or politician, should people in the Church take in immigrants who have come to Christ and are suffering undue hardship because of complex immigration laws or personal situation.

    God says in Mal 3:5 that he will be swift about what he says he will do, and the following verse says that he changes not.

    But will we see it? I think it’s up to us.

  5. What does the (Brown book club) think of the political thought on immigration. I was encouraged that 7-out of 10 hispanics are born again and integrated into america christian/judean culture. Hispanics could actually be what will save America, and that is encouraging at this point. Samuel Rodriguez has a voice with the likes of Rubio and Cantor.
    Greg, listen to this full interview with Rodriquez and weigh in on your thoughts, do we agree?

  6. i think its great that 7-10 hispanics are born again…. but to use this as a reason to say… “then u should stay in USA” is a false conclusion.

    Christian to the world…to just in America. He states that kickign this ppl out, chould be getting rid of the ppl who create a new revivial… but is this revivial tied to a land or to God. I contend its tied to God… if they are here or where ever… the Gospels impact will be done.

    My personal view.. is immigration is not a religious thing. Its a policital concern that should be talked about.. but I do not think religion should be implemented.

    sorry for typos… Im at work

  7. Ty, let us turn this idea on it’s head- Now Israel has a lot of illegal immigration from the african continent. Should it’s leaders not look to the bible to see what it taught on this subject? The bible is relevant in all areas of our life, and our countries. We have millions of illegal people, we should have our leader’s looking at what is taught in the bible. Lincoln did it, and was our best president in our history.
    Moses talked face to face with God. We must have leaders that are Godly men and women. The reason to have immigration is not that 7 out of 10 are born again, but more than that is to be a country that is that light in a dark world to move people and nations under God. If we think we can seperate God from our politica thinking, than our founding father’s writtings would need to be erased. We were never what we are now, we were a country indivisible, under God, with liberty and justice for all.

    everything is a religious thing…

  8. Jon,

    I agree that & I wish our leaders were men of god.. not men worshipping a fasle idol of fame and power.

    With that being said… the foudners of our system of government hasve firmly placed the “seperation of stat and faith” in the foundation of this nation. Yes we have gone to far with this premise.. further than the founding fathers would have watned…

    But I do not beleive they would want us to be implementeing… “Deport this racial group back, because there conersion rate is 10%.. and keep this racial groupd cuz their conversion raet is 70%”

    With in that context, we can not solely say.. “lets not deport these ppl cuz there conversion rate to Christianity is higher than this otehr demographic”

    By the logic of “we need them here to keep christianity here” is downplaying the Gospel. We need more christians in places that have no christians.

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