Immigrant Neighbors among Us
Immigration across Theological Traditions
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"A superb collection of chapters addressing immigration from the theological, ethical, and pastoral perspectives of most of the main ecclesial traditions present among U.S. Latinas/os today. Highly recommended for those seeking a serious, informed, and more sensible understanding of immigration."
--Orlando O. Espin, Professor of Systematic Theology, University of San Diego
"This book is a splendid rejoinder to the critique that Latino/a theology has not developed a full-fledged theology of migration. Digging deep into Latino/a experiences of migration and the theological resources of six different Christian communities, the contributors offer rich and challenging reflections on migration . . . I most strongly recommend this book to church leaders, those ministering with and for Latino/a migrants, and activists working for the reform of law and public policies regarding migration."
--Peter C. Phan, Ignacio Ellacuria Chair of Catholic Social Thought, Georgetown University