From reading the Bible it is readily apparent that the cause of America’s Anger Epidemic is miscegenation or race mixing. God made it very clear in the Creation Account in Genesis 1 that He made everything and everyone just the way He wanted it and them.
Furthermore, The God of Israel makes it very clear through the entire Bible that He forbids His people from giving their daughters in marriage to those people who live around them and from taking the daughters of those people around them for wives for their sons.
In the Account of Noah we read that the earth was full of violence, that men were full of violence. If we read the Bible carefully, we learn that these aren’t the offspring of the mixes but their grandchildren. In other words, the grandchildren of those who married and mixed races are prone to excessive violence.
Today, we have the grandchildren of the mixes since integration was forced by the Supreme court and the Federal Government in the 1950’s upon these United States of America. There is nothing wrong with any of the races. God made each race the way He wanted them and He said it was good. There is no superior race nor can there be a super race; it’s physically impossible. Each race has talents and traits specific to their members. God separated the races during the time of Peleg. Ultimately, we can be friends, do business and worship the same God but God forbids people of different races from marrying.
So, the next time you see a mixed race couple, remember that God likes His Creation the way He made it. Moreover, if you are of Israelite descent, then remember that the God of Israel forbid His people to take wives of strange flesh. Furthermore, Jesus says very clearly in the New Testament that the time of His Second Coming would be characterized by the same characteristics that occurred during Noah’s time before the Flood.
They, too, destroyed the institution of marriage and gave men to marry men–just like today. It was because of the mixes (primarily with fallen angels) that God destroyed all that breathed upon the face of the earth except those who were in the Ark with Noah.