Moral argument against interracial dating
Besides, there has been so much mixing of people groups over the years, that it would be impossible for every human being today to trace their lineage back to know for certain which group(s) they are descended from.
We need to understand that the sovereign creator God is in charge of the nations of this world. Some people erroneously claim this verse to mean that people from different nations shouldn’t marry.
As Christians, we are one in Christ and thus have a common purpose—to live for Him who made us.
This oneness in Christ is vitally important to understanding marriage.
Some even say that the word race should be abandoned because it’s meaningless.”7 The article went on to say that “we accept the idea of race because it’s a convenient way of putting people into broad categories, frequently to suppress them—the most hideous example was provided by Hitler’s Germany.
And racial prejudice remains common throughout the world.”8 In an article in the summer issue of the Journal of Counseling and Development,9 researchers argue that the term “race” is basically so meaningless that it should be discarded.
But does the Word of God really condemn such mixes as those above?
Is there ultimately any such thing as “inter-racial marriage”?
But some people think there must be different “races” of people because there appear to be major differences between various groups, such as skin colour and eye shape.
In the 1800s, before Darwinian evolution was popularized, most people, when talking about “races,” would be referring to such groups as the “English race,” “Irish race,” and so on.
However, this all changed in 1859, when Charles Darwin published his book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.
The Bible makes clear in that in regard to salvation, there is no distinction between male or female or Jew or Greek.
In Christ, any separation between people is broken down.