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NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Immigration reform is needed, panelists said at an Institute of Faith and the Public Square forum Sept. 25. While differing in focus, they underscored challenges facing the church and the U.S. economy.
The institute (IFPS), a research center at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, hosted the dialogue in conjunction with the University of New Orleans, Southern University of New Orleans and the University of Holy Cross.
While none of the panelists argued for an "open borders" approach, the session focused on Christian attitudes toward immigration as well as issues of compassion, jobs and security. Read More