A Christian approach to immigration policy

A Christian approach to immigration policy Ukrainian refugees from Dnipro and Zaporizhzhia sing happy birthday in 15th-Century Ballindooley Castle in Galway, Ireland, April 16, 2022. Owner Barry Haughian offered his castle as shelter for two families of Ukrainian refugees. Photo: OSV News/Clodagh Kilcoyne, Reuters

We must strive for the common good of immigrants and citizens alike, writes David Quinn What is the right Christian approach to immigration? There is definitely one approach that is all wrong, which to simply close our borders and never ‘welcome the stranger’, to always say ‘there is no room at the inn’. But after…

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