The pagan and Christian West has a long tradition of hospitality toward strangers - a sentiment apparent in both the Odyssey and New Testament, as well as numerous other writings. This Christian sentiment, however, recently has been exploited by managerial elites, turning a code that largely dealt with guests and traders into a carte blanche acceptance of mass immigration. One need only look at yesterday’s news to find an example: the Senate testimony of Rev. Leith Anderson, head of the National Association of Evangelicals. He argues:
We [Christians] believe that undocumented immigrants who have otherwise been law abiding members of our communities should be offered the opportunity to pay any taxes or penalties owed, and over time earn the right to become U.S. citizens and permanent ?residents. The process of redemption and restitution is core to Christian beliefs, as we were all once lost and redeemed through love of Jesus Christ.
Since when do redemption and restitution have anything to do with mass immigration? With religious leaders like Rev. Anderson, the West will be in for a real treat.
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