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All humans are descended from Adam and Eve and so all are related and need the salvation offered by the Last Adam, Jesus. From a biblical perspective, there is one biological race. This is confirmed by scientific studies on the human genome. Biblically and scientifically there is no defense of racism.
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The term race is often used to classify people based almost solely on physical characteristics. According to evolutionary ideas, these so-called races descended from different ancestors separated by location and time. However, based on biblical history, the term race must be incorrect. We are all one race (“one blood” in Acts 17:26), the human race.
It’s not just “black” and “white.” A person’s skin shade (what is on the outside) should in no way invoke any sort of prejudice or racist comments. What a difference we would see in our world if people reacted in accord with biblical principles, understanding all humans are equal before God, and all are sinners in need of salvation.
In the U.S. culture we are racially programmed, particularly in regard to the skin color issue. Because of our culture’s racist roots, the way the world thinks, and the influence of Darwinian thinking, we have been programmed to look at the exterior rather than the interior of a person. We need to begin to see as God sees.
A significant number of Christians would claim that such “interracial” marriages directly violate God’s principles in the Bible and should not be allowed. Does the Word of God really condemn the marriages mentioned above? Is there ultimately any such thing as interracial marriage?
Charles Darwin’s evolutionary philosophy was fertile soil in which the atrocity of racism quickly took root and grew.
The Tower of Babel, where God divided the languages, is the correct starting point for understanding the origin of language, culture, and the people groups.
James Watson, the co-discoverer of the double-helix shape of DNA, was stripped of his honorary titles by the laboratory where he did most of his work. But why?
Just because a family member looks a little different doesn’t make her a different race—even if she’s adopted.
Genesis is clear that there is only one race—the human race. So why isn’t the church leading the fight against racism?
Terms like racism, prejudice, a black race, and a white race are common in news items these days. How should God’s people respond to matters of “race”?
What a huge difference it made when Aborigines learned—from Genesis—we’re all one big family.
The April 2018 National Geographic is dedicated to “the complicated issue of race” with the cover story featuring twins, Marcia and Millie Biggs.
The latest craze is to learn what DNA tests reveal about family heritage. When an adoptive Christian family decided to look beneath the surface, however, they discovered a more amazing truth, providing powerful evidence that we are all one race, or “one blood,” just as the Bible teaches.
Race can’t be ignored anymore. There’s a deadly problem. And it turns out that the Bible has the one answer that matters. Really.
Bill Nye recently said, “We’re all the same . . . from a scientific standpoint there’s no such thing as race”—a biblical, not an evolutionary, view of humanity.
Pastor Fredrick Boyd, who leads an inner-city ministry in south Indianapolis, has been a keen observer of racial conflict in America.
The Singerl twins are a vivid reminder that we are all members of one race.
We reap the consequences of unquestioned evolutionary belief every day in the form of prejudice, racism, and hate. This needs to stop!
Appendix B: Misconceptions and/or Common Mistakes about Reconciliation
A special exhibition on racism and the “races” is traveling across America. While interesting, there some glaring oversights included.
Barack Obama’s campaign and election as the first black president of the United States has sparked much discussion about race. But what is race, really?
Once again, scientific research backs up the Bible—and it’s nothing new that it supports the Bible’s description of humanity as a single race.
A prominent Associated Press article takes a look at religion and racism in America—including a profile of an individual whose views on race were transformed through an old AiG book, One Blood.
Differences in skin color are, well, only skin deep!
The Nobel Prize-winning co-discoverer of DNA has caused considerable outrage by asserting that testing shows Africans’ intelligence to be inferior to that of whites.
During his visit to Britain this month, Dr. Watson created a storm when he made comments on genetics that contained connotations of racism.
The terms “stone age,” “primitive,” and “savage” are offensive and “should not be used to describe living peoples,” reports the BBC on an Association of Social Anthropologists ruling.
While the eleven o’clock hour on Sunday morning may still be the most segregated hour of the week in our nation according to many, it certainly wasn’t the case last Sunday in Cincinnati.
Actor Morgan Freeman’s comments about the state of race relations in the United States had already become well known a few days before his interview was broadcast to millions of Americans
So what can Christians in today’s culture do to bring about racial reconciliation?