1. Races Don’t Exist in Scripture
Race is actually a social construct. The concept of race is not a biblical concept, it’s not a biblical idea, it is a constructed idea.
Merriam Webster provides a common definition of race: “any one of the groups that humans are often divided into based on physical traits regarded as common among people of shared ancestry.”
In other words, race is a division of human beings along the lines of common traits related to ancestry. Race is a social construct, not a scientific or biblical category.
You won’t find the idea of races in the Bible unless you find it in the proper historical context where we see, number one, that we are all the race of Adam or the human "race".
One race, one blood. We are all the race of Adam. There is less than a 0.2 percent genetic difference between any of us in this regard. 99.9% of human DNA is the same.
In fact, we’re not even different colors. Technically, from a genetic perspective, from a biochemistry perspective, we’re all actually the same color.
Our color comes from our melanin. We’ve all got melanin, just at differing degrees. So it’s not that some of us are this color, some of this are that color. No, we’re just different shades of the same color; some of us just have more melanin than others.
"And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their dwelling place," — Acts 17:26 ESV
We all descended from our first parents, Adam and Eve.
"So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them" — Genesis 1:27 ESV
God made two people, and from those two people, every other human being descended. Every person is united by our same first parents, and we are members of one race, the human race.