Podcast: Is Chain Migration a Gospel Issue?

The Polemics Report for February 14, 2018
On this episode of Polemics Report, JD discusses :
– Charisma Mag saying Gloria Copeland didn’t tell us not to get the flu shot, even though their original article said she did.
– Why sickness and disease can be a blessing and used by God, if not designed by God, for his purposes.
– Should celebrate Valentine’s Day?
– James White says people are upset he’s “friends with Michael Brown” in a recent debate and why that obscures the issue.
– Chain immigration and why evangelicals are wrong on this issue.

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