Church Leaders Sue Over Alabama Immigration Law
Alabama Christian leaders have filed a lawsuit this week to stop the state from enacting the "nation's most merciless" anti-immigration law, claiming it would prohibit Christians from living out their faith and the mandates of Scripture.Plaintiffs in the suit filed Monday include leaders of the Episcopalian, Methodist and Roman Catholic churches in Alabama, who represent 338,000 of the state's faithful ... Read more
“... truth will out.”
Since: May 08
#1 Aug 3, 2011
"The ecumenical group insists the new immigration law, effective September 1, could ensnare Christian leaders who unknowingly administer religious sacraments, such as Holy Communion, to illegal immigrants ..."
Since: Jul 11
#3 Aug 3, 2011
There is a separation of church and state, it is imperative the church leaders obey all state and federal laws. This claim by church leaders has more to do with money in their coffers than anything else. Now if the churches would like to start paying taxes than they can have an opinion on this subject.
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