Moral argument against interracial dating
However, this passage has nothing to do with marriage.
As John Gill makes clear in his classic commentary, the context is that God is in charge of all things—where, how and for how long any person, tribe or nation will live, prosper and perish.16 In all of this, God is working to redeem for Himself a people who are one in Christ.
Is there ultimately any such thing as “inter-racial marriage”?
) make it clear that when a man and woman marry, they become one flesh (because they were one flesh historically—Eve was made from Adam).
Also, the man and woman must be one spiritually so they can fulfill the command to produce godly offspring.
Any descendant of Adam can be saved, because our mutual relative by blood (Jesus Christ) died and rose again.
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.