Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity
Understanding Undocumented Immigration through Feminist Christian Ethics
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"An important, well-informed debut from a promising young scholar-minister. Highly recommended."
--David Gushee, Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics, Mercer University; Author of Kingdom Ethics
"Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity weaves diverse threads into a singular ethical challenge for today's Christians. Blending migration law and feminist theology, Libby tells the stories of, and for, marginalized persons, giving a voice to the undocumented immigrants in our midst. How can we redeem a culture that leaves more people out than it invites in? Read, learn, discern, and respond in faith."
--Bob Dale, PhD, leader coach, Richmond, VA
"This book offers a timely and provocative look at the US immigration system that is rich with stories from scripture, theology, and lived experience. Written in a way that is accessible for use in the classroom or the congregation, Grammer invites her readers on a journey where they will learn how to stand in solidarity with those who are undocumented while simultaneously working to create a more just system."
--Melissa Browning, PhD, McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University