by Matt Slick11/22/2008 The Bible does not forbid interracial marriages. In Numbers 12:1-8 is an account of Moses marrying an Ethiopian woman.It does, however, forbid a Christian from marrying an unbeliever: "Do not be bound together with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness? "Then Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Cushite woman whom he had married (for he had married a Cushite woman)," (Num. Other Bible verses translate this as "Cush." Cush is the ancient location of Ethiopia.Miriam and Aaron were upset with Moses because he married a Cushite woman.Cush has also been considered to be the northern part of Egypt.Either way, it is very possible that the Cushite woman was of a different race. If race were an issue, this would have been a great place to set the matter straight.Also, people of different races were not mentioned as being among those forbidden by God for Jews to marry, see Exodus .what does hinduism say about interracial marriages. because our parents taught us that we must keep up our culture, which is what i believe.i have seen interracial marriage and it the kids who suffer the most cause the kids have no culture/reliegion to speak of.
If you take that one step further, this is why inter-caste marriage was also dissuaded. Marriage, in and of itself, is a difficult thing I presume.There are so many factors that come into play; ego, emotions, background, upbringing, education, likes, dislikes etc. If you add more unknown factors such as different caste, different race, different religion, the probability that the marriage will succeed is even smaller. If you take religion into account, then the progress of the j Iv A is fundamental, or rather, the only purpose, of birth.Marriage is supposed to help both spouses in that regard.Thus, interracial and inter-caste marriage should always be discouraged.