Is interracial dating wrong in christianity

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It’s not that one is morally better than the other, but only that chances are the black woman and I are going to have more in common than the white girl and I will.

Similarly, I completely understand the view among some Jews that Jews should only marry other Jews, not only for religious reasons, but because the intermarriage rate is so high that a distinctive Jewish culture (and religion) is in danger of being assimilated.

There’s a lot of wisdom in prohibitions among religious communities — Jewish, Christian, Muslim, etc. Ethnically speaking, I always dated Caucasian girls, not because I ruled out dating outside my race, but that’s just how things went.

This might have had to do with your relationships, your demeanor, the way you treated others or yourself, or any number of other things.

If it's not blatantly clear you felt you needed to convert to Christianity then you need to look inside yourself and determine the answer.

Do people really employ rational faculties when deciding on romantic partners? I was a religiously observant Catholic; she was a non-religious Jew.

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