Franklin Graham DEFENDS Immigration Ban,
Explains THIS From The Bible
January 30, 2017
Is Trump's temporary immigration ban un-Christian? That's what many are claiming. And there's valid evidence for that line of thinking: the Bible does talk a lot about caring for the foreign alien in need.
But does that mean that America should take in every person who wants to come here? Of course not; that's totally impractical. That's why we have immigration laws: to decide who comes in.
And not only is the concept of open borders impractical,
“It’s not a biblical command for the country to let everyone in who wants to come, that’s not a Bible issue,” Graham said strongly.
“We want to love people, we want to be kind to people, we want to be considerate, but we have a country and a country should have order and there are laws that relate to immigration and I think we should follow those laws. Because of the dangers we see today in this world, we need to be very careful," he continued.
Graham was probed by Huff Post on whether religion should come into play with the vetting process.
Graham emphasized that the issue is making sure whether people believe in freedom and want a safe America.
“We live in a very dangerous world and I think the president’s first priority is to protect the American people and until there is a better system in place for vetting and knowing who comes into America, I believe every person who comes unto the U.S. should be vetted,” Graham said. “We need to know who they are and what they believe, if they share the same core values of freedom and liberty.”
The media is trying to make this look like Trump hates Muslims, but in a latest Facebook post, Trump exposes that Obama did a very similar thing.