Scholarship of Community Application, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Scholarship of Faith Integration
This presentation examines the multifaceted problems created by illegal immigration, both those impacting United States citizens and those encountered by the immigrants themselves. Two main areas of focus are the economic and sociological effects of illegal immigration. Although there are many injustices surrounding illegal immigration that need to be rectified, Christian ethics demands that compassion be given precedence. In the end, we identify key issues that need to be addressed for a holistic solution to be reached.
Lowery, Kevin Twain and Fuqua, Courtney, "Where Justice Meets Compassion: A Christian Assessment of Illegal Immigration" (2010). Faculty Scholarship – Theology. 9.