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First, is the book Race Mixing: Black-White Marriage in Postwar America by Renee Romano.
She mentions that those concerned with racial purity often framed their opposition in terms of Christian beliefs.
The implication of this argument is that just as today there are few people, religious or otherwise, who oppose interracial marriage that in the future this will be the same as we realize that the same religious foolishness that opposed interracial marriages will be recognized as foolishness in the same-sex marriage debate.
When I used to do research on interracial marriage, I read a good number of academic books on the history of interracial marriage.
Perhaps this is not the best book for me to examine since Hodes does not focus as much on discrimination as other historians.
As it concerns Christian denominations, Washington first notes the lack of agreement with what Christians say and what they do.
He sent inquires about acceptance of interracial marriage to several Christian denominations.
She does mention the Catholic community in the wedding of Irish Nell and Negro Charles, but otherwise there is not much on religion in her work.
There is not much about Christianity, or even religion in general, in her work.
However, not all whites shared the view that intermarriage violated Christian beliefs.