Christian beliefs on interracial dating

17-Oct-2019 06:25

But the core purpose of those rules, he says, wasn't focused on race.

"Those stipulations in the Old Testament were religiously motivated, not racially motivated," said Piper.

"Pondering the meaning that 12,000 folks in four days have listened to APJ on interracial marriage? After thinking it over, Piper told The Christian Post via email Tuesday two reasons why he thinks the message caught on: "First the title that Tony Reinke gave the APJ was provocative: not vague like 'interracial marriage' but more blunt 'Can a White Woman Marry a Black Man?For marriages involving a white female and black male the divorce rate is 200% higher than if the white female had married a white male.[2]* Even couples that cohabitate before marriage, and those who experience “low religiosity” divorce at lower rates than interracial couples.Second, that it can create “controversy” and “confusion”.She advises that “time is too precious to be lost”.

"Pondering the meaning that 12,000 folks in four days have listened to APJ on interracial marriage? After thinking it over, Piper told The Christian Post via email Tuesday two reasons why he thinks the message caught on: "First the title that Tony Reinke gave the APJ was provocative: not vague like 'interracial marriage' but more blunt 'Can a White Woman Marry a Black Man?

For marriages involving a white female and black male the divorce rate is 200% higher than if the white female had married a white male.

[2]* Even couples that cohabitate before marriage, and those who experience “low religiosity” divorce at lower rates than interracial couples.

Second, that it can create “controversy” and “confusion”.

She advises that “time is too precious to be lost”.

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