What the bible says about dating other races
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If this hermeneutic is correct, then we should not marry people who speak a different language than us, and put simply, it would be a sin to learn a foreign language at all., seven nations larger and stronger than you-- and when the Lord your God has delivered them over to you and you have defeated them, then you must destroy them totally. It is clear that God doesn't want the Israelites intermarrying with the foreigners who lived in the land before the Hebrew nation arrived.
Those who state the Bible forbids interracial marriage point to this text, stating that God didn't want racial impurities, and therefore condemns interracial marriage.
God is not concerned with the purity of the Hebrew race; he is concerned with the purity of the Hebrew religion. And it is out of this lineage that our Lord and Savior is born.Put very simply, this is a racist statement, and one that the Bible speaks against: All are created in the image of God.All are equal and loved the same in Christ Jesus.2) It is just a bad interpretation.Once again, we see that the issue with marriage spoken of here has nothing to do with race, and everything to do with religion.
Don't stop after the words, "In short, the Bible holds NO PROHIBITION for interracial marriage.
Race is no necessary impediment (though, of course, that does not mean that a mixed-race marriage is thereby guaranteed to be a success simply by virtue of being a mixed-race marriage).