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Despite such censoring — or perhaps, because of it — it is vital that we thoroughly understand the topic, rather than passively accepting anything with which our unbelieving culture and media might try to inculcate us.
I think it is clear that when we discern whether America has morally improved from then until now, it raises serious questions as to the permissibility of interracial marriage today.
Is it really sensible to believe that, among all the radical changes in the social fabric of our nation heretofore, most of which have led to severe moral decadence, the changes associated with race and miscegenation have been moral ?
I have in mind Muhammad Ali, the famous black boxer.
He clearly could not be accused of white supremacy for being against miscegenation.
For instance, John Piper contends that “interracial marriage is not only permitted by God but is a positive good in our day.” Similarly, secular humanist Paul Kurtz gives a more comprehensive and forthright affirmation of miscegenation when he states, “The highest good, as I see it, is intermarriage between people of different ethnicities, races, religions, and cultures.” Against views like these, it is rare to hear an opposing opinion today, and this is usually because any opposition to miscegenation — even saying merely that it is not a good idea — receives accusations of racism or, if the voice of opposition is a white person, white supremacy.
Opposition to interracial marriage, especially if coming from a white person, is usually interpreted to entail hatred of other races.
More importantly, he helped to provide more of a rationale behind his position. We just want to stay black.” According to Muhammad Ali, opposition to interracial marriage need have nothing to do with animosity one’s own race.
This rationale is important to acknowledge as we investigate the moral status of miscegenation.
But, shockingly enough, it is only a fairly recent view that interracial marriage should be encouraged.
While the general rarity of biracial individuals today should immediately inform us that interracial marriages are relatively new in history, it is still helpful to look into the stated opinions of men of the past.