Baptist views on interracial dating
As outright racism – '' I don't like blacks'' or ''blacks are inferior'' – has become less pronounced publicly, and as statutes banning interracial marriage have been overturned, religious arguments against mixing the races are being called up in their place.
While evoking '' God's will'' may seem a more socially acceptable way to divide us, it's effect is the same.
The words of state Representative Lanny Littlejohn of Spartenburg, S. Asked about interracial marriage, he responds: '' That's not what God intended when he separated the races back in the Babylonian days.
The races would be a lot better off if they stuck with their own kind.
Therefore, people of different races shouldn't marry." The passage being referred to here is 2 Corinthians f.
Despite such censoring — or perhaps, because of it — it is vital that we thoroughly understand the topic, rather than passively accepting anything with which our unbelieving culture and media might try to inculcate us.
Before venturing into the subject itself, it would be profitable to understand what others, especially Christians, have thought of miscegenation.
And the anger of the Lord was kindled against them; and he departed.
And the cloud departed from off the tabernacle; and, behold, Miriam became leprous, white as snow: and Aaron looked upon Miriam, and, behold, she was leprous.