Are Christians responsible to help those who have been displaced by war, famine, and economic hardship?
In their new book, “Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics”, Mark and Luke Glanville argue that Christians should be the example of what it looks like to treat the weakest and hurting as family. The ethic they propose in the book is one that every Christian should familiarize themselves with as our world continues to get small each day.
In this interview, the Glanvilles and Jeremy discuss how all throughout the Bible God’s people are commanded to put the weakest among them at the center and how this might impact the lives of Christians if they take God’s word seriously.
Check out Mark and Luke’s new book: https://www.ivpress.com/refuge-reimagined
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