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The Ethics Of Enslavement: 3 Reasons Why Slavery In The Old Testament Is Not What You Think -

What is the difference between the ceremonial law, the moral law, and the judicial law in the Old Testament?

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Democrats lost over 1,000 seats under Obama | Fox News We need to get this LIBTARD theology out, it's proven to handicap the spirit of citizen , give OUR money away with no accountability, enslaved people!!! ODUMBA has shown his heart, its for all muslins and the brohood!! He hates Christians, and wants to strip America of its wealth and give it to his brohood!! TRAITOR

Harriet Jacobs: Escaped slave, author, abolitionist, Civil War relief worker, reformer. Friends later convinced her to write an account of her life as a slave. The book, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, was one of the first open discussions about the sexual harassment and abuse endured by slave women -- a topic that even made many abolitionists uncomfortable.~~~~ I have the book (reprinted, of course). The photo, I don't get - this woman is white.

Omar Ibn Said (1770-1864, aka “Uncle Moro” or “Moreau”) was the son of a wealthy family in what is now Senegal, who received a scholar's education. He was enslaved and brought to South Carolina in 1807, just before the importing of slaves was outlawed. He fled, was re-captured in Fayetteville, NC, and spent the rest of his life as a house slave. He left 14 manuscripts in Arabic, including a partial copy of the Quran done from memory, essays on history and theology, and an autobiography.

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Ella Sheppard 1851-1915, soprano, pianist and reformer, was the matriarch of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, a social reformer, confidante of Frederick Douglass, and one of the most distinguished African American women of her generation. Sheppard was born a slave in 1851 on Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage plantation

ISIS uses theology to justify rape, enslavement of Yazidi women

Harriet Jacobs. Escaped slave, abolitionist, activist and author of one of the first slave narratives: "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," published in 1861.

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