White Nationalism, Gun Violence, and Donald Trump’s Complicity

good samaritan

by John Ellis

In January 2016, the pastor of a small Baptist church in Alabama made national news after he sent a letter rife with racism and anti-immigrant sentiments to the editor of the The Alabama Baptist. The letter (which can be read in full here) contains a barrage of hateful rhetoric and proudly and demonically crows the unbiblical claim that, “It is not a matter of loving your neighbor. My neighbors are the people that value the same standards of life and way of life that I value.”

As a “Baptist pastor,” Ted Sessoms should be very familiar with Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan. Apparently, though, he’s not.

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Christians in America and Immigration

How should Christians respond to immigrants? Well, in terms of political policy, I don’t really know. What I do know, however, is that our first (and possibly only) concern should be the salvation of sinners, whether they came to America legally or not. My latest over at PJ Media expounds: