The Family Research Council sponsored a panel discussion on "Faith, Culture, and the Law in the Immigration Debate" (video and audio available on this page). With lots of interesting commentators, including Sam Brownback, Richard Land, John OSullivan, and (drum roll please)
Tom Tancredo, the occasion seems to have produced more light than heat (though still some of the latter).
Richard Land offers his measured views here.
Remarkably, none of the "national" papers seem to have covered this event. Does this mean that religious voices gain their attention only when they engage in a kind of grandstanding?