In a Buffalo, New York, church profiled, parish staff confirmed that they recently harbored an illegal alien family of four from Honduras. Since January, the church officials said it protected more than 40 migrants. Rev. Robin Hynicka of Philadelphia’s Arch Street Methodist Church explained how he believes enforcing federal immigration laws are oppressive to illegal immigrants who remain in the U.S. “It’s injustice and oppression, all of which is evil,” Hynicka said. “Yeah, when a human being’s human rights are denied, when they can’t stay with their family, when they can’t work, when they can’t participate in the community in which they have deep roots, all of those apply.”
One of the major problems Americans face with illegal aliens, is churches across America putting refugees first before American law when it comes to immigration. If I remember correctly the Bible tells us that laws of the land must be obeyed by all, so not only are 800 churches disobeying America's immigration laws...But they are also disobeying Gods law where the Bible tells us to obey the laws of the land.
It shouldn't be a surprise that churches across America are doing this...Especially when churches involved in this illegal harboring of illegal immigrants tend to be in cities that lean Democrat. Breaking the law of the land is something against the Bible, and I'm sure someone up there has words for them when they pay a visit. This is why we need to take tax rules away from churches, and it should probably begin with these 800 churches in this report disobeying God's law and the law of the land when it comes to immigration.