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This is a great collection of essays from various people with all different points of view on interracial relationships. They all have one thing in common, which is a Biblical, Christian perspective. It focuses more on strictly interracial relationships, rather than general intercultural ones. It includes historical information, personal stories, and stories of interracial couples in the Bible.
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An addition to my original review. This book is not only for black man/white woman relationships, as the picture on the cover shows. The authors come from a variety of ethnicities, and write about their own experiences. Most of them are Americans and married to Americans, but their differing cultures still affect their relationship.
George and Sherelyn Yancey - the editors, also each the author of a chapter. He is an African American, she is a European American
Craig S. Keener - a European American married to a woman from the Congo
A. Charles Ware - an African American married to a European American
Ken Ham - a biologist writing not about inter-cultural marriage but about all people being related through Adam
Sundee Tucker Frazier - a biracial woman, providing the perspective of the children of mixed marriages (African American father, European American mother)
David Tatlock - a European American married to an African American
Art and Debbie Lucero - a triracial Mexican man (with European, African, and Native American ancestors) and a biracial American woman (European American father and Japanese American mother)
Randy Woodley - biracial (European American and Native American) married to a biracial woman (also European/Native American)
Bob and Jean Chin - Chinese American man and European American woman
Olga Soler - multiracial American woman (Taino Indian, Sephardic Jew, African, French, Moor) giving advice to European Americans who would want to marry a multiracial person
Michael and Joni Emerson - both European Americans discussing the topic "What if Our Children Date Interracially?"
Fred Prinzing - a European American man whose son married an African American
Deborah Johnson - an Asian American married to an African American
 

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