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Ruth was a Moabite woman (Ruth 1:4) who intermarried into the Hebrew nation. Marries another Hebrew named Boaz and has a child name Obed. And perhaps the most quoted text condemning interracial marriage: Some have argued that to be married to someone is to be unequally yoked.There are two problems with regard to using this Bible verse as a justification for banning interracial marriages.1) It is racist.It just seems silly to me that this text would be used as a justification for the church condemning interracial marriages, and yet this is precisely what happens.Those who use this text argue that God desired to have people of different races separated, and therefore, he scattered them all over the face of the earth.God is not concerned with the purity of the Hebrew race; he is concerned with the purity of the Hebrew religion. And it is out of this lineage that our Lord and Savior is born.The fact of the matter is this: foreigners were accepted into the Hebrew nation as long as they were willing to forsake their former gods and worship the God of Israel. It seems that God isn't so much concerned with interracial marriage, as he is with the tainting of Hebrew worship.Don't stop after the words, "In short, the Bible holds NO PROHIBITION for interracial marriage.
All are equal and loved the same in Christ Jesus.2) It is just a bad interpretation.
Once again, we see that the issue with marriage spoken of here has nothing to do with race, and everything to do with religion.