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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by ktn4eg, Jun 9, 2013.
.....a pastor whose wife is of a different race than he is?
Non-issue for me. We are all of one race, the human race.
And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, -Acts 17:26a
Would not bother me in the least.
Not a problem at all. Skin is just a color - some darker, some lighter. Doesn't make one iota of difference.
Why would it matter?
It may be because they are really competitive and don't want to be in the same race. So they pick different races to compete in. That way it's fun for both.
as far as skin race, no issue at all. And why would it be? The Bible says that a man can marry a Christian woman. We are not to marry the unsaved. Never does it say we are to stay in the same race.
Zero problem, can't believe this is still a conversation.
Race not an issue. But if she was a yankee.....
Preaching In Jesus expresses my thoughts exactly to the word. In fact, I have no problem with a pastor having a husband, as long as the husband is not a deacon. Co-mingling of offices is a sin.
If she can stand him and he her what business is it of anyone else?
:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: Amen Brother!!!
Now just wait till E,W,F shows up.:smilewinkgrin:
Are you one of those that believes are saved? Why do you think we call it Southern Baptist?
It's quite possible that I've missed something.
How would you feel about having.....
Yikes! What a depressing conversation topic.
When will people stop using that stupid statement. There are different races-whether we like it or not. I realize that
Gib said in jest "But if she were a Yankee"
actually any difference in a couple -that can be a potential hard situation.
I have a pastor friend here in the Salt City - he is black -his wife is white. He told me he believes his mixed marriage has been a deterrent to his ministry. BTW, his church was in the Black section of town.
I agree - it should not make a difference - but remember humans have a sinful nature.
It wouldn't bother me at all.
I married a Canadian. That's a Yankee that adds "eh?" to every sentence. So when you consider a born and bred Yankee pastor with a Canadian wife, eh?, it's a wonder anyone comes to church.
And, Gib, I hate you. :laugh:
So does that make Mrs Padre a foreign missionary