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He contributed a chapter related to this topic to Carol M. The immigration issue often highlights fissures between faithful parishioners and denominational clerics.
The laity generally opposes legalization and supports enforcement of immigration laws. How else could Christians approach immigration policy matters? This Backgrounder examines the immigration issue from the perspective of biblical Christianity. Both policy makers and private citizens who are Christians may wish to consider how Scripture might inform their views on immigration.
This report intends to aid those faithful readers. The faith principles of many Americans inform their politics and public policy.
Today, the vast majority about four fifths of Americans belong to the Christian religion. Some of the most prominent recent examples of faith-influenced politics are freedom of religious expression in public life, abortion, and same-sex marriage.
On some matters of public policy, the Bible speaks clearly. On other issues, there is less clarity and more room for prudential judgment. The rub comes where there is a lack of scriptural clarity on a particular issue, significant differences between the particular society of Old Testament Israel and the United States, or some other factor.
Christianity teaches that God, His word, and His precepts are unchanging, but believers may struggle to find the most appropriate guidance from Scripture for handling a very specific public policy issue for their day and age in their nation.
This conundrum of finding and applying the right, timeless principles to a modern policy issue in a specific nation challenges both the laity and clerics. This report attempts to shed helpful light, in the best tradition of reasoning from the Scriptures Acts First, this Backgrounder examines the biblical role of civil government.
This includes its weighing justice and mercy, as well as determining which biblical guidance more appropriately applies to individuals and which to society.
Second, migration in Scripture is considered. Third, what is the responsibility of immigrants and would-be immigrants? The Backgrounder concludes with the application of biblical principles to 21st century American immigration.
What role does God intend civil government to fulfill?
After all, earthly government will be the mechanism through which public policy is formulated. Scripture clearly indicates that God charges civil authorities with preserving order, protecting citizens, and punishing wrongdoers. A prime passage is Romans Jan 31, · I'm a speech and op-ed writer, Director of the Center for Economic Freedom at FreedomWorks, editor of RealClearMarkets, and a senior economic adviser to Toreador Research & .
An Online Encyclopedia of Roman Rulers. DIR Atlas AUGUSTUS (31 B.C.
- 14 A.D.) [Additional entry on this emperor's life is available in DIR Archives]. Garrett G. Fagan Pennsylvania State University.
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As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria.
Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo. Many thanks to Hermes for the translation from caninariojana.com Printed from caninariojana.com On the Trial of Jesus. The purpose of this essay is to provide an overview of the many issues and questions.