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No matter how much love or goodwill you may have, if my son or daughter is racially unacceptable as a spouse for your son or daughter, then you will keep your family at a distance from mine. And the for that distance will inevitably breed disrespect, suspicion, and antagonism.
For all these reasons, Christians of every race should search their hearts and search the Scriptures, and bring their hearts, by the power of God’s Spirit into line with God’s word. So, here let me simply give five summary pointers to the kind of arguments that show the biblical beauty of interracial marriage in Christ.
They wrote to Attorney General Robert Kennedy to start a legal action against their conviction.
He referred the case to the American Civil Liberties Union.
Just one example: After the flood, Noah’s three sons became the fathers of the human race.
But look what happens to these racial fountainheads.
Our salvation in Christ does not obliterate all ethnic and cultural differences.
He redeems, refines, and enriches them in the togetherness of his kingdom.
He argued, Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, Malay, and red, and placed them on separate continents, and but for the interference with his arrangement there would be no cause for such marriages.The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend the races to mix.The Supreme Court was unanimous in favor of the Loving family, observing that laws against miscegenation were “designed to maintain White supremacy.” At the time of the Supreme Court decision, sixteen Southern states still enforced laws prohibiting interracial marriage.(The following quotes appear in Against all of these objections, I believe it is as important as it ever has been that Christians settle it in their minds that interracial marriage in Christ is not only a beautiful picture of Christ’s marriage to his church, but also a flesh-and-blood incarnation of the unity Christ achieved by his death and resurrection.Moreover, I agree with Daniel Hays that “the common cultural ban on intermarriage lies at the heart of the racial division in the church” (, 23).
Just two weeks ago, I spoke with a friend whose Korean parents have lived as American citizens in the same neighborhood in California for decades, only to find their house, soon after the election, for the first time ever, spray-painted with racial slurs telling them to get out.