Why Evangelicals Are The New Partners for Immigration Reform

Amy E. Black of The Christian Science Monitor writes about the growing support from evangelical Christians for immigration reform. Despite the largely conservative and white base, evangelicalism is becoming more ethnically diverse. With a growing number of Hispanic congregants, immigration reform has become a central issue on their political agenda. “Immigration—including illegal immigration—touches the lives of many in the pews, and church leaders want to help,” Black writes. 

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