"In this timely and accessible book, Gill explores the significance of the border as a privileged place for encountering God. Drawing on the rich stories of persons and communities shaped by the unique perspective of the borderland, Gill finds in those stories the seeds of a truly American theology of liberation."
--Roberto S. Goizueta, professor of Theology at Boston College, author of Caminemos con Jesus
"A fresh perspective . . . placing the reality of so many in our world today with 'border-crossing' at the heart of its analysis . . . A book that calls US Christians to conversion and offers the theological tools needed to look at the reality of borders and border-crossing as a call to work for justice at the beginning of the twenty-first century."
--Ada Mara Isasi-Diaz, professor of Ethics and Theology at Drew University