Where in the bible does it talk about interracial dating
Railing fervently against the “hybreeds” spawned by God-defying, racially mixed marriages, Pastor Donny Reagan of Tennessee’s Happy Valley Church of Jesus Christ doesn’t look very happy on a widely circulated Internet video that comes across like a relic from some 1950s archive.
The pastor minces no words in his sermon: “What white woman would want her baby to be a mulatto by a colored man? preacher and faith healer who died in 1965, identified with the Pentecostal movement until the late ’50s, when he began to reject core aspects of traditional Christian faith.
(I know the title sounds kind of misleading, but I couldn't really think of a better title for this without it sounding condescending. For as long as I can remember, my family has warned me about bringing home someone of a different race.
This concerns me, my family, and the subject of race.
“He don’t want them to be like him, so he’ll marry another. It’s another defiance of God’s law, it’s a worldly way.” And the pastor condemns fellow ministers who perform interracial marriages.From far, far right field, Reagan draws the C-card.“You mean to tell me,” he demands, outraged, “that Communism has infiltrated our message, not through Stalin, not through Mussolini, but through mixed marriage?“Some of the men in pulpits should have a pantywaist instead of a preacher coat on!” But the most ludicrous implication about race mixing — and one that would have been right at home among the most virulent 1950s defenders of segregation — is left for last in his sermon.