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characters Slaveholding Not Sinful ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB read & download õ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB á John Van Dyke John Van Dyke á 7 free read Excerpt from Slaveholding Not Sinful A Reply to the Argument of Rev Dr HowAgain Are adultery and fornication among slaves sinful or are they not We know they are perfectly lawful in that system and for pur poses of gain are encouraged by it We know also that they are of constant occurrence and no one presumes to call them in uestionBut further while you hold I believe to the good old doctrine of election you also hold I think to the necessity of man's working out in some measure his own salvation with fear and trembling To ena ble us to do this we are commanded to search the Scriptures for they are.

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characters Slaveholding Not Sinful ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB read & download õ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB á John Van Dyke John Van Dyke á 7 free read They which testify of the means of salvation Is it right then or is it not is it a sin or is it otherwise for a master wholly to deprive his slaves of the channels through which salvation is to be sought by obstinately depriving them of the means and capacity of searching the Scriptures The laws of slavery not only justify this but in all or nearly so of the slave States they absolutely reuire it There is probably not a slave State in the Union where it is not made a crime to teach a slave to read This you prove by a uotation in your own book from a Southern publicationAbout the PublisherForgotten.

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  • John Van Dyke
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  • 21 September 2020
  • 9781333346669