Christianity and the Slavery Question
The paper argues that the silence of the New Testament on the slavery question can be understood by noting the essentially worthwhile character of slavery during this period. Modern thinking about slavery has too often been influenced by superimposing the viciousness, perpetual bondage, and race hatred of slavery in past centuries on conditions in the Roman world.
Source: Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1963. 5 pages.
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