There are a few incidental mentions of race in the Bible (e.g., that Ethiopian's skin was different, Jeremiah ), but there is nothing saying one race is superior to another.
Moses was married to a Cushite (Ethiopian) woman (Numbers 12:1-16), and God was angry with Aaron and Miriam for criticizing that marriage.
Jesus and His apostles taught that we must respect and show compassion for all people of God's creation without regard to artificial distinctions like race and nationality.
In His Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke -37), Jesus told of a Samaritan man who was kind to a Jewish man even thought they were enemies of different religions, nationalities and racial backgrounds.
the older US euphemism children of the plantation).
Many jurisdictions have had regulations banning or restricting not just interracial marriage but also interracial sexual relations, including Germany during the Nazi period, South Africa under apartheid, and many states in the United States prior to a 1967 Supreme Court decision.
Arguably the biggest myth about interracial couples is that such pairings always involve a white person and a person of color.
Interracial couples consisting of two people who belong to racial minority groups are largely overlooked in the mainstream culture.
Despite the rising rate of interracial marriage, mixed-race couples not only continue to face scrutiny and disapproval but sweeping generalizations from outsiders.Individuals in interracial relationships often are accused of entering such unions for less than honorable reasons.This review of the myths that shroud interracial couples indicate that romance across the color line remains a source of stigma.Moreover, the comedy “Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle” paired the Korean-American protagonist up with a Latina love interest.There is nothing in the Bible saying it is wrong to date or marry a person of a different race.