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Message 76 of 76 (846973)
01-14-2019 1:31 PM
Reply to: Message 70 by Faith
01-13-2019 7:39 AM


Re: Biblical slavery
Faith writes:

No the Bible does not "sanction" slavery, it treats it as a universal social practice that was so entrenched it had to wait until the culture was more advanced to be able to do away with it.

I think I'll just use this quote in any and all my responses to anyone trying to tell us about the goodness of god, his superior morality and his benevolence and objection to evil practices.

”I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.
—Isaiah 45:7, KJV


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