Bible different races dating
God greatly blessed Joseph's two sons Ephraim and Manasseh.
By the time of the Exodus, the tribe of Ephraim could muster 40,500 fighting males and Manasseh had 32,200 men who could go to war (Numbers - 35).
While 43 percent of Americans believe it is good for society, 11 percent believe the growth in interracial marriage is a change for the worse.
Just last year, a church in Kentucky barred an interracial couple from worshipping together (that ban was eventually overturned due to widespread outrage).
The Bible shows, however, that the group who left Egyptian bondage was anything but pure genetically.
Some who study the topics of interracial dating and marriage often overlook the fact that God did not restrict who could and could not leave Egypt in the Exodus.
Scripture states, "also a mixed multitude went up with them" (Exodus ), meaning that many non-Israelites left Egypt under the leadership of Moses.
Before his death, the patriarch Jacob specially "adopts" Joseph's two boys and makes them the chief inheritors of the birthright blessings received by his grandfather Abraham!
God not only allowed and accepted Joseph's interracial marriage, he also had Jacob perform a unique ceremony that made them the chief representatives of the family named Israel (see Genesis 48)!