Is interracial dating against the bible
However, not all whites shared the view that intermarriage violated Christian beliefs.
Romano goes on to say that opposition to intermarriage was motivated less by religious beliefs and more by a fear about the consequences of seeing blacks as social equals.
The implication of this argument is that just as today there are few people, religious or otherwise, who oppose interracial marriage that in the future this will be the same as we realize that the same religious foolishness that opposed interracial marriages will be recognized as foolishness in the same-sex marriage debate.
When I used to do research on interracial marriage, I read a good number of academic books on the history of interracial marriage.
While I still didn't understand why God would care whether or not someone marries someone of a different skin tone, I found my answer through further research.
I found that Moses, the great leaders of the Jews who led them out of Egypt, married an Ethiopian woman. His first love was a Philistine woman and in chapter 14, his parents also protested the union.
In the book Solomon is described as white and ruddy. What if a Chinese person were to marry a Polynesian, or an African with black skin were to marry a Japanese, or a person from India were to marry a person from America with white skin—would these marriages be in accord with biblical principles?There are a significant number of Christians (particularly in America) who would claim that such “inter-racial” marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible, and should not be allowed.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.