Immigration Reform Overview

By Staff
Apr 3, 2007

The articles listed below provide insight into Russell Moore’s (president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission) position on illegal immigration and immigration reform, including his response to assertions that he favors “amnesty” for those who entered the U.S. illegally, as well as related articles and statements on the issue. We have also included a link to the Southern Baptist Convention’s position, as reflected in resolutions adopted by messengers from local Southern Baptist churches at the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in session in 2006 and 2011.

Primary

  1. Immigration Reform Is a Moral Imperative – Wall Street Journal, March 31, 2014
  2. Immigration and the Gospel – RussellMoore.com, June 2011
  3. Just immigration Reform: Foundational Principles (PDF) – Regent Journal of Law and Public Policy
  4. 2011 SBC Resolution – On Immigration and the Gospel – June 2011
  5. A moral and just response to the immigration crisis – May 12, 2010
  6. 2006 SBC Resolution – On the Crisis of Illegal Immigration – June 2006

Others

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