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Subtopic 7: Immigration (March 2018)

Leading Questions: Are current immigration laws and deportation practices just? Is so, why? If not, why not and what changes should be made? Is there a way for Christians and Christian churches to respond to undocumented immigrants that will avoid harm to both undocumented immigrants and citizens?

Conversation Partners: 

  • Matthew Soerens, U. S. Director of Church Mobilization, World Relief 
  • Robert McFarland, Associate Professor of Law, Jones School of Law, Faulkner University 

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