Any descendant of Adam can be saved, because our mutual relative by blood (Jesus Christ) died and rose again.
As Christians, we are one in Christ and thus have a common purpose—to live for Him who made us.
This oneness in Christ is vitally important to understanding marriage.
) make it clear that when a man and woman marry, they become one flesh (because they were one flesh historically—Eve was made from Adam).
Also, the man and woman must be one spiritually so they can fulfill the command to produce godly offspring.
But does the Word of God really condemn such mixes as those above?
Is there ultimately any such thing as “inter-racial marriage”?Scientists today admit that, biologically, there really is only one race of humans.For instance, a scientist at the Advancement of Science Convention in Atlanta stated, “Race is a social construct derived mainly from perceptions conditioned by events of recorded history, and it has no basic biological reality.”5 This person went on to say that “Curiously enough, the idea comes very close to being of American manufacture.”6 Reporting on research conducted on the concept of race, the American ABC News science page stated, “More and more scientists find that the differences that set us apart are cultural, not racial.Some of these (skin colour, eye shape and so on) became general characteristics of each particular people group.15 Note that the context of makes it clear that the reason for God’s scattering the people over the earth was that they had united in rebellion against God.Some Christians point to this event in an attempt to provide a basis for their arguments against so-called “inter-racial” marriage.Darwinian evolution was (and still is) inherently a racist philosophy, teaching that different groups or “races” of people evolved at different times and rates, so some groups are more like their ape-like ancestors than others.