P 149 Immigration and the Church: Reflecting Faithfully in Our Generation (2017)


In the United Kingdom, our society is becoming ever-increasingly divided on the question of immigration. What factors have caused these divisions? And how is the church to respond to such an issue?

This study aims to provide tools for those who shape the thinking of British churches to consider some of these questions in a rigorous, ethical and theologically mature way. 

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Author: Helen Paynter

Helen Paynter left a career in hospital medicine to become a Baptist minister, and is now also an Old Testament lecturer and researcher. She specialises in Old Testament narrative hermeneutics: her doctoral thesis was on humour in Kings, but her main research interests now relate the Old Testament to the ethics of migration and violence.

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