The Royal Wedding: Push for Diversity

It was one of the most celebrated events in Britain. It was history in the making: a high level, racially mixed wedding between Prince Harry and bi-racial Meghan Markle. The world was watching as the media promoted the anticipated spectacle with obsessively saturated coverage. It was not just a royal wedding, but an opportunity to get the message across globally that this was all about racial diversity.

The Preliminaries

The media knows how to build anticipation. New coverage started months before at the engagement announcement and really ramped up the week prior to the wedding. Just take a look at some of the special documentaries:

  1. When Harry Met Meghan: A Royal engagement
  2. Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal Weddings
  3. Meghan Markle: A Royal Love Story
  4. Prince Harry: Wild No More
  5. Harry and Meghan: Royal Rebels
  6. Harry and Meghan: A Very Modern Romance
  7. Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance Special

And, of course, the wedding coverage itself and the postscript:  The Royal Wedding: The Highlights.

All About Diversity

The racially mixed union between Harry and Meghan was continually promoted as the hot topic. One commentator called it the “new diversity.” Another bi-racial British female said the marriage was a “celebration of blackness.” Black and White coming together.

“The son of British royalty and the daughter of middle-class Americans wed Saturday in a service that reflected Prince Harry’s royal heritage, Meghan Markle’s biracial roots and the pair’s shared commitment to putting a more diverse, modern face on the monarchy.”1

Featured in the wedding ceremony was the “African-American leader of the Episcopal church” who, of course, quoted from Martin Luther King, Jr. In his wedding message he said, “There’s power in love to life up and liberate when nothing else will.” (Ibid.)

All the racially diverse celebrities were there, too.

Everyone was all smiles and praises gushed forth for this historical event of racial diversity. The wedding put a big stamp of approval for multiracial and cultural diversity. Not just accepted, but promoted as the new normal. Of course, the implication is: Don’t criticize racial integration at any level. In this age of tolerance and diversity, the controllers of this worldly system will not tolerate dissension or opposition. If you don’t go along with the crowd, it may very well be met with the force of criminal law in Britain and other European countries.

Meanwhile, all White countries continue to be subjected to disorder and destruction as a result of tolerance and diversity. And the so-called “churches” love it so.

A Biblical Perspective

Should we get swept away with the pageantry and positive affirmations of this royal wedding? After all, Harry and Meghan are so “in love.” What could be wrong with that?

Catholic and Protestant theology support the racial mixture and have no defense to oppose it. That theology is based on unproven and unchallenged presumptions such as:

  • All races came from Adam, and
  • Jesus Christ died for all “human beings.

These, among others, are in serious error and without biblical support. If you start with false premises, you end up with unbiblical conclusions. Then it’s disorder and chaos.

The Covenant Heritage Series  proves beyond a reasonable doubt, from the preponderance of evidence of the biblical text, history and science, that the Bible is about one racial covenant family from beginning to end. It reveals God’s purpose and plan for this racial family.

Consequently, the recent racially mixed wedding and the “new diversity” it promotes is an abomination before the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The world’s affectations of racial diversity and integration are a stench in God’s nostrils. It destroys what God created as unique. One of the most serious consequences of racial intermarriage is that the racial make-up of the children of these unions, their DNA, cannot be reversed.  Once racially mixed, that family line is forever outside the Kingdom of God.  Those children are forever excluded from the Kingdom! Consider these eternal consequences. Left unchecked, this diversity results in the destruction of God’s Covenant People and God’s plan and purpose to manifest His Kingdom!

“Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him.” – I John 2:15


1 “Royal wedding bridges Atlantic, breaks old molds,” AP, May 20, 2018.


Lawrence Blanchard, ND, MDiv

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