Naomi, Ruth's mother-in-law, fell into the unfortunate circumstances of losing both her husband and her two sons, one of whom was Ruth's husband.
With nobody to provide for her and Naomi being "too old" to be remarried, she chose to go to Israel, where the laws and traditions required the Israelites to take care of widows, even if they were strangers.
Racism is indefensible on both moral and biological grounds.
Since becoming a Christian, I have been impressed how the Bible reaches out to people of all races and backgrounds.
Although the Jews are described as God's chosen people, God did not choose them as the only people with whom He wanted to have a relationship.
Even as God's chosen people, the Jews were warned not to oppress people of other races, An example of racial cooperation in action can be found in the story of Ruth, which is the story of the compassion and redemption of the gentile woman, Ruth.
While there are people who claim the name of Christ and preach racist hatred in Christian churches, the Bible does not condone, but actually condemns this kind of behavior.
These parables and examples were carried out in the real world at the end of Jesus' ministry on the Earth.
A couple examples of events I have experienced in my Christian life have encouraged me that heaven is going to be an awesome place to experience the best of humanity's diversity.
One time I was at a Promise Keepers conference, which was attended by men of all races.
" And Boaz answered and said to her, "All that you have done for your mother-in-law after the death of your husband has been fully reported to me, and how you left your father and your mother and the land of your birth, and came to a people that you did not previously know.
(Ruth -11) The line of Ruth and Boaz led directly to King David, and, of course, eventually to the Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth.One of Naomi's daughter-in-laws chose to stay in the land in order to find another husband.