Denise Morris is a writer, editor and student. She used to work as the editor for Focus on the Family's former college webzine, TrueU.org. She's a student at Denver Seminary, working on a master's degree in Old Testament Biblical Studies.
Some people use the Bible to say that people of different races should not intermarry. Let's take a close look at the passages people use to say that we should remain separate but equal.
In the final article of this series, we'll look at worry and pride — two reasons many people are often opposed to interracial relationships.
Dating is hard enough as it is. Would a relationship with someone outside of your race make things even more difficult?
If only we had their bodies, hair, makeup, clothes ...
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