Salmerica Podcast
Episode 82

What Does the Old Testament Teach about Multiracial Marriage? (Part 2)

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In this episode, Dr. Akers explores negative examples of multiracial marriage in the Old Testament. These examples include: 1) Abram and Hagar; 2) Esau and his Hittite wives; 3) Solomon and his foreign wives; and 4) The Jewish men and their foreign wives in the post-exilic period. The examination reveals that multiracial marriages were not a problem in the Old Testament, but marrying people who did not worship the God of Israel was prohibited.

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