Any descendant of Adam can be saved, because our mutual relative by blood (Jesus Christ) died and rose again.
But some people think there must be different “races” of people because there appear to be major differences between various groups, such as skin colour and eye shape.
However, this passage has nothing to do with marriage.
As John Gill makes clear in his classic commentary, the context is that God is in charge of all things—where, how and for how long any person, tribe or nation will live, prosper and perish.16 In all of this, God is working to redeem for Himself a people who are one in Christ.
In Christ, any separation between people is broken down.
This has resulted in many people today, consciously or unconsciously, having ingrained prejudices against certain other groups of people.
However, human beings in the world today are classified as Homo sapiens Sapiens.
In , we read of the rebellion at the tower of Babel which resulted in people being scattered over the earth.
Because of this dispersion, and the resulting splitting of the gene pool, different cultures formed, with certain features becoming predominant within each group.