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  • by Steven Britt
Our news headlines are often filled with reports about immigrants and immigration. But a key perspective is missing—what the Bible says on the subject!
  • by Tom Robinson
Christians must recognize that we ourselves are strangers amid Western culture and all human society—being citizens of a kingdom yet to come.
  • by Tom Robinson
A flood of immigration without assimilation has led to increased danger from foreigners among Western nations. How should we approach this matter, and what lies ahead?
  • by Darris McNeely

There's a lot to worry about today. How do you handle it?

  • by Melvin Rhodes
Increasingly it seems that the United States cannot solve its problems—whether it be the economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, illegal immigration or the Gulf oil spill. Previous generations seemed to know what to do. Has America lost its way?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
In the last 50 years, millions of people from the Third World have moved into the Western democracies. Many have contributed to the welfare of these nations, but others lack work skills, proper education and democratic convictions. What will it mean if and when these ever-growing minorities begin to constitute the majority in several key countries?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
California and Switzerland may not have much in common. But in October, both had significant elections. A noteworthy contributing factor was the issue of immigration.
  • by Don Hooser
Once considered the banking capital of the Arab world, Lebanon was widely known as the "Switzerland of the Middle East." It attracted tourists in large numbers. The city of Beirut was often referred to as the "Paris of the Middle East." But Beirut has since undergone drastic changes.
  • by David Treybig
Since America is divided over how to solve its illegal immigration problem, perhaps it should look to the Bible for some answers.