Our newest Basement Tapes conversation is Aliens and Strangers. Immigration continues to be a hot political issue, but what does the Bible have to teach us on this topic? Often, we entrench ourselves in political opinions without ever asking that question. This conversation asks some deeper questions about the issue of immigration:
Is it biblical to keep people out?
How does God want us to treat aliens and strangers?
How can we “love our neighbor as ourselves” in this context?
What do work and laziness in citizens and immigrants have to do with this question?
Does racism play into our chosen stance on immigration?
What about national security?
Conversation is education—join us as we seek to think more deliberately about America, the church, and immigration. Available in CD or MP3 format. Click HERE to view this Basement Tape in our store.
What are The Basement Tapes?
The Basement Tapes are conversations between Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr., Rev. Laurence Windham, their friends and special guests, on subjects related to the “good life,” a simple, separate, and deliberate life, lived out for the glory of God and for the building of His Kingdom. The Basement Tapes serve to help us develop a Christian worldview. Started in 2002, we now have over #140 conversations on all areas of life that we are seeking to think biblically about so that we might take dominion over them for the King and His kingdom.