FOREWORD BY BILL MUHLENBERG, Australian-based author, lecturer and blogger at CultureWatch:

Pastor Simpson addresses in this book one of the major issues of our time.

Christians love their neighbour, whoever he is and wherever he comes from, and the spiritual kingdom of God is made up of people of every tribe and tongue. However, mainstream churches have tended to abuse these truths, and have nearly always come down in support of ever-continuing and enormous levels of immigration. They also generally refuse to condemn the outright sinfulness before God of premeditated illegal entry into Britain under the guise of asylum-seeking. There is a refusal to acknowledge that God has ordained nationhood and national borders, and that the Bible clearly teaches the need to maintain the integrity of those borders. 

Pastor Simpson endeavours to set out the Biblical antidote to all the ‘wokery’ on migration issues which prevails in the churches and in the U.K.’s national life generally.

From the foreword : “Protecting one’s nation is an outgrowth of protecting one’s family and one’s community. A genuine and Biblical love of neighbour can and should coexist with these realities. Indeed, it is a LACK of neighbourly love that allows porous or open borders, which put our neighbours and citizens at genuine risk … The Christian case for all this needs to be made, and that is just what we find here in this well-researched, well-written and Biblically-based book. Well done Pastor Simpson”.


By Pastor Peter Simpson

Pastor Peter Simpson is Minister of Penn Free Methodist Church, which upholds the historic Christian faith according to the Scriptures and the Reformation principle that the Bible, God's inspired and inerrant word, is the Church's only authority.