Gabriel Salguero

Stories by Gabriel Salguero

Advent a Time to Hope — and Fast — for Immigration Reform

The Fast for Families is replicating the great public fasts in history for immigration reform in the hope of the Advent season.

The new evangelical ethic around immigration reform

Over 150 prominent evangelical leaders have signed on to a national letter asking for common-sense immigration reform.

History Channel premiere: Why I support “The Bible”

As you probably noticed the History Channel’s epic mini-series “The Bible” trended big after its premier. The fact that one … Continued

What do Latino evangelical voters want?

JOE SKIPPER REUTERS Republican candidate for U.S. president and former Gov. Mitt Romney (R) greets guests at a campaign appearance … Continued

An Evangelical leader’s open letter to Anne Rice

Dear Anne, When I read your Facebook comment about “quitting Christianity for the sake of Christ” I thought of several … Continued

Evangelicals for immigration reform

Like tens of thousands of other Americans, I’ll be in Washington D.C. this Sunday in the March for America rally … Continued

Immigration Reform is a Christian Issue

On Friday, June 19th, over 750 influential Latino Evangelical clergy and leaders converged on Washington, D.C., to pray for our … Continued

Torture Not the Way of Jesus or Us

The UN Convention Against Torture states that torture should be abolished because it violates “human dignity.” From your perspective, what … Continued

Hispanic Evangelicals Rising

Much has been said about the rise of Hispanic Evangelicals in U.S. public life in the last decade. The question … Continued

WWJD? What Would Jefferson Do?

The issue of Presidential proclamations concerning prayer is for many an issue of the separation of church and state. My … Continued

Compassionate Faith: Not an Oxymoron

Regrettably, often when people think of faiths they remember the worst of it. Each tradition has its own history of … Continued

The Promise of America

Last night, close to 11 p.m., my family and I watched intently as Senator Barack Obama became President-elect Barack Obama. … Continued

Stereotyping Palin and Pentecostalism

Recently, Dr. George Wood of the Assemblies of God denounced a Pat Oliphant cartoon that made light of not just … Continued

Financial Crisis: A Moral and Spiritual Issue

As you probably know there are more Scriptural passages about finances, money, and the treatment of the poor than any … Continued

What about Immigrant Evangelicals?

I sat and watched attentively for the two hours the networks televised the Presidential Forum at the Saddleback Church. By … Continued

Faith Seeking Reconciliation

Prejudice is such an ugly word. It means to judge beforehand based on some bias; an adverse opinion formed without … Continued

Evangelicals Redefining: It’s About Time

I am an Evangelical and am also a recent signer of the Evangelical Manifesto. Recently, as a member of the … Continued

Taming Our Savagery, 40 Years Later

The Question: The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated 40 years ago. What are your memories of that … Continued

“Isms”: Reflections on Allergies

The Question: Which “ism” is more entrenched in America, sexism or racism? Which should religion address? Emmanuel Levinas argues that … Continued

Black Church and Black Liberation Theology: Notes on Listening

Much has been said, replayed, and critiqued about the sermons of Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright of Trinity United Church of … Continued