We use the King James Version of the Bible here for copyright reasons.
Some of the passages are: There are many passages in the Bible that have been used by anti-miscegenationists to condemn interracial marriages.
All those laws were declared unconstitutional by the U. Vague assertions were made that God intended for the races to remain separate.
At the time, the cultures in what is now the Middle East believed that a metal dome above the Earth's surface separated Heaven and Earth.
He writes:"God created the different races and dispersed them because of man's arrogance. It does mean that was His plan and we show our arrogance again in the face of God when we say: 'We know You made the different races, God, but we have decided we don't like that and we are going to try and have all the races intermarry again to get it back the way it was because You messed it up God.' This is ultimate arrogance to God and His plan.
In His Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke -37), Jesus told of a Samaritan man who was kind to a Jewish man even thought they were enemies of different religions, nationalities and racial backgrounds.
At the end, Jesus tells us, " You are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ.
While two decades ago, fewer than half of Americans approved of interracial marriage, now 65 percent of all Americans support such relationships, and 85 percent of young people do.
There are a number of reasons not to date interracially, including for social status, because it’s trendy or to remedy a rocky love life.
No one should date interracially due to external pressures.
If Barack Obama won his presidential campaign with a black woman at his side, it’s certainly not necessary for, say, a businessman to date interracially for the purpose of upward mobility.
It is clearly evident that God purposely made the different races. Pure arrogance in the face and to the plan of God." An alternate interpretation of the Bible concludes that God loves human variety.