I wondered if the Evangelicals chose to follow the Bible. The answer is no. They chose to support the President because doing so they supporting Hispanic Pastors. The Bible says in a number of places "Remember you were foreigners in a neither country foreigners treat well.
An original article on a newsworthy development about how some evangelical leaders support President Obama's immigration platform. Features a wide range of balanced views. Some statistics mentioned aren't sourced, and other facts included need supporting statistics to make them more compelling.
Well written story that has given me new information to consider on the issue of immigration.
I've supported comprehensive reform for years. Living in Miami, I see the disparity between the open borders policy extended to Cubans (wet foot/dry foot - if they touch soil their automatically in!) and other Latins who are trying to escape governmental oppression that isn't rooted in the politics of Castro. It's odd though being on the same side as the evangelicals who oppose most progressive ideas I embrace wholeheartedly, and worrisome to see President Obama getting too close ... More »
Very informative and non- partisan, this is good information as it should be delivered to the people.
It is a good move for the current administration because they are looking supporters from every side of the opinion spectrum and Evangelicals still a power house in America.
I think Fred's review take a very personal token since his quote of the Bible have no basis. Also, it is clear he did not like the idea that there are people thinking beyond their own benefit in order to help others, that's a true Christian spirit.