CHAPTER NO :- 3 》BIBLICAL GOD CHARACTER》Part :- 5 》Slavery in Bible - One more bullshit thing in Bible.

slavery

What is Slavery?


Slavery refers to a condition in which individuals are owned by others, who control where they live and at what they work.

Does Bible Supports Slavery?


Yes, Words of God Supports Slavery

▪ It is Practised from by Christians from the Beginning. No matter we all know All Indians were once slaves to the Christians (British)
We Know how they torchured Indian peoples, We all know How they looted our Mother INDIA
▪ No need to explain those Horrible moments Our INDIA faced

▪ It’s all Rooted from their BIBLE.


Verses in the Bible which supports SLAVERY


Slavery in the Old Testament


Overview


▪ The Bible identifies different categories of slaves including female slaves(sex slaves) and child female slaves (sex slaves and paedophilia) male slaves, non-Hebrew and hereditary slaves, Abduction and the slave Trade.


Types of Slavery in Bible


1.Female Sex Slaves and Child female sex slaves

▪ Female Hebrew slaves were to be treated differently from males.


Most of  Female Sex slaves are sold by their parents

Exodus 21:7-10

It's OK to sell your daughter (no mention is made of age) to a man for him to use as a sex slave.
if a man sell his daughter to be a maidservant ... If she please not her master, who hath betrothed her to himself, then shall he let her be redeemed ... If he take him another wife; her food, her raiment, and her duty of marriage, shall he not diminish.
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Psychic Manic God Orders to bring Virgin Child Females as sex slaves by killing their parents

Numbers 31:17-18

Yes God Orders to kill All adult males, Childrens (male), Non virgin Females (Married woman), But God Orders to keep alive all Virgin child females For your Own pleasure (Sex slaves).
▪ DO YOU KNOW HOW THEY WERE DETECTING VIRGINITY??
By Raping Them….



▪ From the above verse we can understand the Massive Genocide and Paedophilic Nature of Jesus Christ.



Deuteronomy 20:10-14

When thou comest nigh unto a city to fight against it ... And when the LORD thy God hath delivered it into thine hands, thou shalt smite every male thereof with the edge of the sword: But the women, and the little ones, and the cattle, and all that is in the city, even all the spoil thereof, shalt thou take unto thyself.

▪ Again same Ordering Every Male to kill with edge of sword and keep women, and the little ones, and the cattle, and all that is in the city, even all the spoil thereof, shalt thou take unto thyself.

Judges 21:7-18
What shall we do for wives for those who are left, since we have sworn by the LORD not to give them any of our daughters in marriage?”
And they said, “What one is there of the tribes of Israel who did not come up to the LORD at Mizpah?” And behold, no one had come to the camp from Jabesh-gilead to the assembly. 9For when the people were numbered, behold, not one of the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead was there. And the congregation sent 12,000 of the valiant warriors there, and commanded them, saying, “Go and strike the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead with the edge of the sword, with the women and the little ones.
“This is the thing that you shall do: you shall utterly destroy every man and every woman who has lain with a man.”
And they found among the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead 400 young virgins who had not known a man by lying with him; and they brought them to the camp at Shiloh, which is in the land of Canaan.

Judges 21:20-23
So they told the descendants of Benjamin, “Go and hide in the vineyards. Watch when the unmarried women from Shiloh come out to participate in the dances. Then come out of the vineyards and each of you grab a wife from the unmarried women from Shiloh. Then go back home to the territory of Benjamin. If their fathers or brothers come complaining to us, we’ll tell them ‘Be generous! Give them to us voluntarily, because we didn’t take anyone to be a wife for the men of the tribe of Benjamin as a result of the battle. And you haven’t incurred guilt by giving your daughters to them
▪ THIS IS REALLY BULLSHIT FU****G
No women in the life must suffer this not even my Enemies


2. Male Slaves

Exodus 21:2-6
2. If you buy a Hebrew slave, he shall serve for six years; but on the seventh he shall go out as a free man without payment.
3. If he comes alone, he shall go out alone; if he is the husband of a wife, then his wife shall go out with him.
4. If his master gives him a wife, and she bears him sons or daughters, the wife and her children shall belong to her master, and he shall go out alone.
5. But if the slave plainly says, ‘I love my master, my wife and my children; I will not go out as a free man,’
6. then his master shall bring him to God, then he shall bring him to the door or the doorpost. And his master shall pierce his ear with an awl; and he shall serve him permanently.

▪ It is interesting to note that if a slave wishes to remain with his wife and family he must submit to his master for life. THIS IS REALLY BULLSHIT FU****G RULES.
Deuteronomy 15:12-15
12. If your kinsman, a Hebrew man or woman, is sold to you, then he shall serve you six years, but in the seventh year you shall set him free.
13 When you set him free, you shall not send him away empty-handed.
14.You shall furnish him liberally from your flock and from your threshing floor and from your wine vat; you shall give to him as the LORD your God has blessed you.
15. You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the LORD your God redeemed you; therefore I command you this today.


3. Non-Hebrew Slaves

on the other hand, could (according to Leviticus 25:44) be subjected to slavery in exactly the way that it is usually understood. The slaves could be bought, sold and inherited when their owner died.
This, by any standard, is race- or ethnicity-based, and Leviticus 25:44-46 explicitly allows slaves to be bought from foreign nations or foreigners living in Israel. It does say that simply kidnapping Hebrews to enslave them is a crime punishable by death (Deuteronomy 24:7), but no such prohibition exists regarding foreigners.
War captives could be made sex slaves, assuming they had refused to make peace (this applied to women and children—men were simply killed), along with the seizure of all their property (Deuteronomy 20:10-15).


4. Hereditary Slaves

▪ Hereditary slaves means chlidrens born to slaves are also slaves and there is no way for them to get their freedom.
THIS IS REALLY SO BAD.

Exodus 21:4
If his master gives him a wife, and she bears him sons or daughters, the wife and her children shall belong to her master, and he shall go out alone.

Beating slaves is perfectly allowable under the following rules


Exodus 21:20-21 :
20. If a man strikes his male or female slave with a rod and he dies at his hand, he shall be punished.
21. If, however, he survives a day or two, no vengeance shall be taken; for he is his property.
Exodus 21:26-27
26. If a man strikes the eye of his male or female slave, and destroys it, he shall let him go free on account of his eye.
27. And if he knocks out a tooth of his male or female slave, he shall let him go free on account of his tooth.
[edit]Abduction and the slave trade


Escaped slaves


An escaped slave could not be handed over to his master, and would gain full citizenship among Israelites

Deuteronomy 23:15-16
15. You shall not hand over to his master a slave who has escaped from his master to you.
16. He shall live with you in your midst, in the place which he shall choose in one of your towns where it pleases him; you shall not mistreat him.

Slavery in the New Testament



The New Testament makes no condemnation of slavery and does no more than admonish slaves to be obedient and their masters not to be unfair.

Paul, or whoever wrote the epistles, at no time suggested there is nothing wrong with slavery.

▪ One could speculate that this might have been because he wanted to avoid upsetting the many slave owners in the early Christian congregations or to keep on good political terms with the Roman government. Or, more probably, he simply thought slavery was an acceptable fact of life as did practically everyone else at the time.


Ephesians 6:5-8
5. Slaves, be obedient to those who are your masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in the sincerity of your heart, as to Christ;
6. not by way of eyeservice, as men-pleasers, but as slaves of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart.
7. With good will render service, as to the Lord, and not to men,
8. knowing that whatever good thing each one does, this he will receive back from the Lord, whether slave or free.


Christian slaves were told to obey their masters "for the sake of the cause" and be especially obedient to Christian masters


1 Timothy 6:1-2
1. All who are under the yoke as slaves are to regard their own masters as worthy of all honor so that the name of God and our doctrine will not be spoken against.
2. Those who have believers as their masters must not be disrespectful to them because they are brethren, but must serve them all the more, because those who partake of the benefit are believers and beloved. Teach and preach these principles.

Ephesians 6:9
9. And masters, do the same things to them, and give up threatening, knowing that both their Master and yours is in heaven, and there is no partiality with Him.

▪ One passage often cited by apologists as supposed evidence for New Testament condemnation of slavery is 1 Timothy 1:10. However, as the King James version accurately translates, this condemnation is of "men stealers" (Greek: andrapodistais),
i.e. slave raiders who kidnapped and sold people as slaves, nor slave traders or slaveholders in general. So Paul only singled out slave raiders to be considered "lawless and rebellious," and to be categorized with murderers, homosexuals, liars and oath breakers.

▪ The rather bland admonishment to slave masters by Paul is more than balanced by the demands for absolute obedience made of slaves. It is also rather telling that the masters are likened to God and Jesus, while the masters are simply told that they have a higher lord. So much for Jesus as the embodiment of the underdog - Paul could have pointed to Jesus' imprisonment and death as a cautionary tale to slave masters that even humble(d) characters can be important.


▪ Before the apologist plays the "but Jesus didn't condone slavery"-card, following all these Pauline examples, try reading Matthew 18:25, where Jesus uses slaves in a parable and has no qualms about recommending that not only a slave but also his wife and family be sold, while in other parables Jesus recommends that disobedient slaves should be beaten (Luke 12:47) or even killed (Matthew 24:51).


▪ This is probably one of the clearest example of religious Moral Relativism.
THIS IS REALLY SO BAD ALL OVER WORLD IS STRUGGLING TO REMOVE SLAVERY BUT BIBLE WHICH IS ASSUMED AS WORD OF GOD ALWAYS PROMOTES SLAVERY

IF BIBLE IS WORD OF GOD THEN WHY IT PROMOTES SLAVERY?

Don't give us answer that

"Slavery was allowed by God because of the time period, but was not the ideal will of God." WHY DOES YOUR GOD CHANGED HIS MIND?? FOR PEOPLES OF NEW TESTAMENT EVEN IN NEW TESTAMENT SLAVERY IS ALLOWED, WE THINK A TRUE GOD WON’T CHANGES HIS CHARACTER FROM TIME TO TIME
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