What does the Bible say about racism?

2021-08-25 02:02:55 PHIL


In the Bible, every person is equal before God. We all were created according to his image and done well. However, everyone also separates the sin of him. Christians should encounter all people friendly and do good to their enemies and bless them and pray for them.

In Jesaja 58 (Old Testament), God speaks to the people of Israel about fasting and explains what he is pleasing (including dealing with the homeless and other neighbors):

Isaiah 58 , 6 is not ⟨Vielmore⟩ that a fasting on which I liked: to solve unjust fetters [8] to open the nodes of the yoke, violently treated as a free to dismiss and that you frighten every yoke? 7 ⟨It's not ⟨darin⟩ to break your bread to the hungry and that youHomeless misery leads to the house? If you see a nude [9] that you cover it and that you do not deprive your next [10]? 8 Then your light will bow out like the dawn, and your healing will quickly sprout. Your righteousness will be pulled in front of you, the glory of the Lord will be your rearguard [11]. 9 Then you will call, and the Lord will answer. You will scream for help, and he will say: Here I am! If you reject the yoke out of your middle, the finger extensions [12] and evil talk 10 and ⟨Wenn du⟩ the hungry your bread [13] Saturen and saturate the bent soul, then your light will rise in darkness, and your dark be like noon.



There were K to Biblical timesA racism. He only gave wealthy and serfs and as lowest levels slaves. There was no right to equal rights of man and woman. The men cared for wars and games, the women around the children and the diet.

The company "ticked" so and faith (or the Bible writers) has adapted to that. One or the other point has even gave, at least at the Roman Catholic. The faith can still convey only the men.

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Man is different.
Respect every human being as he is.


A direct Bible verse on "breeds" does not exist, but the following verse should give you diOur question still answer what the biblical principle is concerned:

There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither servant nor free, there is neither man nor wife; Because you are all one in Christ Jesus. Galatians 3:28



Each person should appreciate and honor every human being and "consider themselves higher than himself".

What does the Bible say about racism?