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In America, as we continue to see the influx of people from all different cultures, who have all different colors of skin, it is imperative that we search the Scriptures so see how we should live.Actually, the prohibitions were not strictly against Jewish-Gentile marriages as racial mixture, but against believer-unbeliever marriages (cf. Solomon was judged for marrying, not simply foreign women, but foreign women who believed in false gods.The church responded to God's work and will with obedience, acknowledging joyfully the full inclusion of Gentiles into the body of Christ (cf. Philip even baptized an Ethiopian man, who was probably black (Acts ff.).Oh, and if you recall, in a heavenly vision, the apostle John was able to see clearly the plan of God fulfilled.In fact, if you think about it, many forms we fill out give us the option to note whether we are “Black,” “White,” “Hispanic,” “Asian,” and “Other.” I guess that if you are the child of an interracial marriage (and therefore, multiracial), you are “Other” (a strange way to label people).Thirdly, people from differing cultures have unusual differences to overcome.

On the day of Pentecost, God began to pour out His Spirit on all people (Acts 2; fulfilling Joel ff.).The beauty of God's judgment is that he is “no respecter of persons” (Acts ), and thus we are to judge the same way (1 Timothy ; James ).You see, God has created all things, including the color of our skin (Genesis 1-2).First, there will be opposition and condemnation from some people in society.Secondly, children of interracial marriages are sometimes discriminated against and teased.The early ministry of the apostles was hindered to the extent that they failed to see that Gentiles were to be accepted into the body of Christ, without being converted to Judaism first (Acts , 28; 11:2-3, 8).