This book provides an indispensable voice in the scholarly conversation on migration. It shows how migration has shaped and has been shaped by the three Abrahamic religions - -Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. No theory of migration will be complete unless the theological insights of these religions are seriously taken into account.
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DR. ELIZABETHDirector of Mission Theology at the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church DR. JACQUELINE MARIA HAGANProfessor of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA DR. AMIR HUSSAINProfessor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, USA DR. VALERIE KARRAS Assistant Professor of Church History in Perkins School of Theology, USA DR. ELIZABETH H. PRODROMOUAssistant Professor in the Department of International Relations at Boston University, USA DR. MELISSA RAPHAEL-LEVINE Professor of Jewish Theology and teaches Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Gloucestershire in London, UK DR. AMOS YONG J. Rodman Williams Professor of Theology and Director of the Doctor of Philosophy Program at Regent University, USAReview:
"In an age when so many millions of people have been displaced by war, economic and climate catastrophe, and criminals taking over entire nations, this book could hardly be more timely. Its authors bring into relief the rich traditions of the three Abrahamic faiths in order to erect a spiritual and theological foundation for those who seek to open the minds and hearts of peoples and nations that are given the opportunity to welcome immigrants. They have given us a marvelous resource to use in classrooms, churches, and study groups." - William R. Burrows , Senior Fellow, Andrew Walls Center for the Study of Christianity in Africa and Asia, Liverpool Hope University, UK
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