Here is a summary talking about the Tower of babble. I had never heard of it until I read this thread in here. I have nothing to back this up other than what I think. I don't know if God would consider it a sin though. Everyone can and could put their 2 cents worth in on this topic......you see, the only person that matters is GOD and what HE says. I do believe that he created different races for a reason and he meant for us to not mix. If it wasn't for inventions of transportation then we wouldn't have been able to have access to each other as easily as we do now. I asked for Biblical proof and that's all that matters.
" In accordance with the Old Testament teaching, Paul is simply prohibiting believers from intimate fellowship with unbelievers. There are absolutely no grounds in either the Old Testament or the New Testament to prohibit interracial marriages.
Thankfully, God does not judge humans by mere external appearances.
I have read the Bible many times and have failed to see anything pertaining to this. So, when GOD seen this the tower was toppled and HE created chaos by the different languages.....one couldn't understand the other. The only caution "god" gave about marrying "outside" one's tribe, was during the 40 years of wandering.
Nowhere in the BABEL(babble is what you were doing) story is marriage or race even mentioned. I don't know if God would consider it a sin though. The only proof I can offer is that it never mentions race or marriage.
Richard Ritenbaugh warns that dating outside the church is fraught with obstacles and potential dangers, yoking a believer with an unbeliever and exponentially complicating the spiritual overcoming and growth process, exposing one to perdition or providing a grievous cross to bear.
It is impossible to have the best of both worlds (the world and God's way).
Though humans have a tendency to judge people by how they look, including their skin color, God does not judge us by color; He judges the heart.
Scripture neither advocates nor condemns interracial marriage.
A black woman attending a predominantly white church must find her security in the Lord.