Interracial dating according to the bible
However, this passage has nothing to do with marriage.
As John Gill makes clear in his classic commentary, the context is that God is in charge of all things—where, how and for how long any person, tribe or nation will live, prosper and perish.16 In all of this, God is working to redeem for Himself a people who are one in Christ.
If one were to take any two people anywhere in the world, scientists have found that the basic genetic differences between these two people would typically be around 0.2 percent—even if they came from the same people group.12 But, these so-called “racial” characteristics that people think are major differences (skin colour, eye shape, etc.) “account for only 0.012 percent of human biological variation.”13 In other words, the so-called “racial” differences are absolutely trivial—overall, there is more variation one group and another.
The Bible makes clear in that in regard to salvation, there is no distinction between male or female or Jew or Greek.
In Christ, any separation between people is broken down.
Real science in the present fits with the biblical view that all people are rather closely related—there is only one “race” biologically.
Therefore, there is in essence no such thing as “inter-racial marriage.” So we are left with this—is there anything in the Bible that speaks clearly against men and women from different people groups marrying?