Immigration and Faith: Cultural, Biblical, and Theological Narratives

Immigration and Faith

By Brett C. Hoover. Describes immigration as an ongoing historical reality that human beings understand through distinct, powerful narratives. Argues that such narratives help various groups of people frame and see migration through a discerning lens. In nations like the United States, with strong immigrant histories, the collision and interweaving of various migration narratives helps to partially  explain the ever-shifting tensions and political struggles over immigration. Read more.