Interracial dating and god
However, it is sinful and unbiblical to deliberately promote interracial marriage with the intent of unifying the world.
There is an agenda today to promote marriage between different races.
(See Genesis 24:3; Exodus -17; Deuteronomy 7:3; Joshua -13; Ezra 9:2ff.) But intermarriage with all so-called foreigners was not prohibited (see Deuteronomy -13). It was not so much a matter of these women being foreign (non-Jewish by race), but a matter of these women worshipping foreign gods that was at issue.
We should recall that a number of foreigners (non-Israelites, by race) were a part of the promised line of Messiah, including Tamar (Genesis 38), Rahab (Joshua 2:1ff.), and Ruth (Book of Ruth). The concern was always that men's hearts would be turned from God to idols. If marriage is a picture of the relationship of Jesus Christ to His bride, the church (all true believers), then marriage to a believer of another race simply pictures the fact that Jesus came to save Gentiles as well as Jews." God used marriage as the ultimate example of how faith, love, and grace can bring together believers of all races, tribes, and languages through a shared belief in Jesus Christ.
Personally, I think it's recommended for racial groups to marry within their own group.
There are many challenges and problems associated with mixed marriages.
The Bible does contain some instances in which God warns His people not to intermarry with others, but this was always for spiritual reasons rather than for racial or cultural reasons.
There's just something beautiful about a family heritage that can be traced back within one's one ethnic group.
But, I do know some wonderful people who have mixed marriages.
I'll tell you what, God isn't going to judge those who marry interracially ... One thing is absolutely certain, God forbids a saved person from dating or marrying an unsaved person (2nd Corinthians -17).
In a post on her app Friday, a fan named Kelsey Wells asked the 32 year old reality star for dating advice. Wells says that living in the south, whenever she and her boyfriend are out “there are always stares,” and “people often make rude comments and gestures toward us.” Even so, she writes, “I brush it off because I know the man I love is HUMAN.” Khloe then offered her advice to her fan in distress.
“Interracial dating in today’s society is still looked down upon by many people,” Kelsey Wells, wrote to Khloe. “Thank you Kelsey for talking about this important issue,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote.He continues, "In the New Testament, marrying an unbeliever (no matter what race) was forbidden (1 Corinthians ; 2 Corinthians -18). Intercultural Marriage in History SEE ALSO: Interracial Marriage Expresses Unity Found in Heaven Intercultural marriage has existed almost since the beginning of mankind.