Displaced Persons: Theological Reflection on Immigration, Refugees, and Marginalization
Let us remember that Jesus was an immigrant.
This book comes from an international dialogue on collegiate and campus ministry in The United Methodist Church and addresses the theological concerns of students on college and university campuses. Topics include: (1) war, poverty, or famine and displacement; (2) immigration and international migration; (3) marginalized communities; and (4) spiritual and personal displacement.
Contributors: Matt Barlow, H. Eduardo Bousson, Matthew W. Charlton, Amy L. Fisher, Marta Landaverde Rodriguez, Robin “Zape-tah-hol-ah” Minthorn, Timothy S. Moore, Jon R. Powers, Jeanne Roe Smith, and Daniel Alberto Trujillo.
Matthew W. Charltonis Research Associate with Wesley House in Cambridge, England, and teaches in the College of Theology and Christian Ministry at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Timothy S. Mooreis Director of Donor Development for Union Presbyterian Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina.