ICYMI: Luther on immigration

ICYMI: Luther on immigration

Concordia Seminary Professor Leopoldo S├ínchez recently published an article with the Jesuit (Catholic) magazine America, entitled “What Would Martin Luther Say about Today’s Migrant and Refugee Crises?”. Yes, you read that right. The Jesuits wanted to know a little more about Martin Luther, and they came to a Lutheran to find out. The article will also appear the November 13 print issue of America.

The article originated as a talk given at a Reformation 500 symposium hosted by Concordia College, New York.

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