On his radio program today, Bryan Fischer recommended that the United States adopt an immigration policy based upon the Bible, meaning that all immigrants must convert to Christianity and completely leave behind their native practices, beliefs, culture, and language.
If we "did immigration God's way," Fischer said, that would mean that "those who came to our shores would be expected to adopt our religious values and traditions — that would mean Christianity and not Islam — and they would leave behind their religion and their god."
"That would mean leaving behind Islam and Allah," he explained, as well as adopting Judeo-Christian values, which means they they would not be allowed to complain about the sale or consumption of bacon or the inability to obtain Halal foods.
"If this were to happen," he concluded, "we would have one god, we would have one law, we would have one culture, and we would have one language":
Interestingly, Fischer made this recommendation once before but the idea was so outrageous that the American Family Association yanked his original column and changed it. Despite that, Fischer, of course, has not actually changed his views one iota.