Slavery And Sin

Author by : Molly Oshatz
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Molly Oshatz reveals the antislavery origins of liberal Protestantism, arguing that the antebellum slavery debates forced antislavery Protestants to develop new understandings of truth and morality and apply the theological lessons of antislavery to the challenges posed by evolution and historical biblical criticism.


Breaking The Cycle Of Slavery To Sin

Author by : Gordon Magee
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Description : Very few people in our world actually walk in peace with themselves and God. As the Bible teaches, this is because we not only sin, which hinders our relationship with God, but through our choices we establish patterns or cycles of recurring sin to which we become enslaved. Jesus said, "whoever commits sin is a slave of sin" (John 8:34). "Breaking the Cycle of Slavery to Sin" takes a fresh look at how God would lead us out of such slavery and into a life of peace and freedom in His Son Jesus Christ.


The Great Question Answered

Author by : James A. Sloan
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Slavery

Author by : Anonim
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Slaveholding Not Sinful

Author by : Samuel Blanchard How
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Slave Market Of Sin

Author by : R. B. Thieme, Jr.
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Publisher by : R. B. Thieme, Jr., Bible Ministries
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Description : We think of ourselves as free, but we are born in an inescapable slavery—bondage to sin. As members of the human race we exist in a slave market of sin, helpless to redeem ourselves. We enter the world with a sin nature, separated from God and powerless to establish a relationship with Him. We have no way to emancipate ourselves from the captivity of our inherited depravity. However, the gracious plan of God for mankind calls for a savior, a redeemer—the Lord Jesus Christ—to purchase our freedom from the slave market. Christ is the only Person qualified to make such a purchase. The only requirement for eternal release from the slave market of sin is faith alone in Christ alone.


Slavery And Sin

Author by : Molly Oshatz
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Molly Oshatz reveals the antislavery origins of liberal Protestantism, arguing that the antebellum slavery debates forced antislavery Protestants to develop new understandings of truth and morality and apply the theological lessons of antislavery to the challenges posed by evolution and historical biblical criticism.


The Slavery Of Death

Author by : Richard Beck
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Description : According to Hebrews, the Son of God appeared to "break the power of him who holds the power of death--that is, the devil--and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death." What does it mean to be enslaved, all our lives, to the fear of death? And why is this fear described as "the power of the devil"? And most importantly, how are we--as individuals and as faith communities--to be set free from this slavery to death?In another creative interdisciplinary fusion, Richard Beck blends Eastern Orthodox perspectives, biblical text, existential psychology, and contemporary theology to describe our slavery to the fear of death, a slavery rooted in the basic anxieties of self-preservation and the neurotic anxieties at the root of our self-esteem. Driven by anxiety--enslaved to the fear of death--we are revealed to be morally and spiritually vulnerable as "the sting of death is sin." Beck argues that in the face of this predicament, resurrection is experienced as liberation from the slavery of death in the martyrological, eccentric, cruciform, and communal capacity to overcome fear in living fully and sacrificially for others.


Is Slavery Christian

Author by : Carl Wells
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Description : Is God Unjust? If God is just, why does He seem to permit slavery, in the Old Testament? Maybe He is unjust, or maybe He just doesn't exist! What is going on here? Is Slavery Christian? tries to find out. The biblical answer may be surprising, or shocking, or thought-provoking, or perhaps all of those put together and a bit more. '"Shall not the Judge of all the earth deal justly?"' Abraham asked. Let's try to find out.


The Slavery Of Sin A Sermon Etc

Author by : George Salmon
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The Slavery Of Christian Freedom

Author by : Arthur L. Porter
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Publisher by : Tate Publishing
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Description : In Dr. Arthur Porter's inspiring and powerful book,The Slavery of Christian Freedom, you'll learn that even though liberty in Christ is readily available, many Christians seem to return to slavery to sin. But through Dr. Porter's incredible message, your eyes will be opened and your faith in Christ will be strengthened as you discover the keys to overcoming societal conformity and pressure. Dr. Porter's sage advice will help you realize that when you turn your back on the world and your face toward Christ, all distress and anguish becomes bearable. When you learn to accept your freedom and release yourself from sin, you can shout with believers everywhere, 'Slaves at first, but free at last.'


The Nation S Sin And Punishment

Author by : Stephen Alexander Hodgman
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Slavery A Sin Against God

Author by : John Wesley
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Sinfulness Of American Slavery

Author by : REV. B. F. TEFFT
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Slavery A Sin Or Aunt Phillis Cabin

Author by : Charles Bessly Gribble
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The Facts

Author by : George Francis Train
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Salvation Is Serious Make No Mistake Sin Is Slavery

Author by : James Paul Robidoux
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Publisher by : Dorrance Publishing
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Description : Salvation Is Serious Make no Mistake Sin is Slavery By: JAMES PAUL ROBIDOUX I believe this book to be by far the greatest piece of eschatological literature to be written about Salvation in 1,900 plus years, period. Amen. The knowledge of the Salvation Code is priceless, invaluable. It’s the secret to understanding the true meaning behind Saint Paul’s teachings. No more guess work, when it comes to Salvation. Know for sure, who is going to heaven, and who is going to hell. Know for sure, who is going to experience the rapture, and who is going to be left behind, period. This is scary stuff! The un-resurrected Seed of the Holy Spirit was inside of every person that ever went to hell, and they never had a clue. Learn the truth about how Adam and Eve were created. Can a man have a baby? What is a hermaphrodite? Learn the truth about the thief on the cross. It was not happenstance. Is he a descendent of Adam or was he actually Adam himself? What is reincarnation? Was John the Baptist really Elijah? Almighty God has chosen this time in history to explain to the world, in the simplest terms possible, what a person must do to be saved and what a person can do once they are saved, period. Amen. This book has the power to redeem your soul, and resurrect the Spirit through the power of the Holy Spirit, through the power of the Gospel of Grace. Amen.


Proceedings Of The New England Anti Slavery Convention Held In Boston May 24 25 26 1836

Author by : Anonymous
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Description : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...constituted the danger of the resolution. He hoped that no resolution would be passed here, that could not pass with unanimity. The moral force of their proceedings mainly depended on the unanimity with which they were adopted. Rsv. Mn. WniGnT, of Boston, moved a recommitment of the resolution to the same committee, and after some conversation, it was so refer red. The committee subsequently reported a substitute in the following form: Resolved, That the countenance given to slavery by the participation and apologies of the principal branches of the christian Church, has been more ellectual for its support than any other cause, nor can we look forits abolition till the Church is purified from this sin. The resolution in this form, was briefly supported by Mr. Oakes, of Ipswich, Milligan, of Vermont, and E. Wright, of New York, and passed unanimously. Rnv. Mn. Roor, of Dover, N. Hampshire, offered the following, which he supported: Resolved, That, inasmuch as the principles and measures of abolitionists are bas ed upon the word of God, it is the duty of the ministers of the gospel, and Christians geneerally, to come to the aid of this great enterprise of delivering the captives of this an. Mr. Root said, this was a duty, on the ground that the principles and measures of the abolitionists were based on the word of God, and if they were so based, it was the duty of all good men to come to our aid. The fundamental principle of abolition was, that slavery is sin. This was shown by a description of the fruits of slavery. Hence, if by their fruits ye should know them, then slavery was sin; and if sin, it ought, at once, to be abandoned. Slavery was a violation of every rule of the Decalogue--and not only so, it was a violation of the rights..


God Against Slavery

Author by : George Barrell Cheever
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The Sin Of Slavery And Its Remedy

Author by : Elizur Wright
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Description : Excerpt from The Sin of Slavery, and Its Remedy: Containing Some Reflections on the Moral Influence of African Colonization The American revolution was incomplete. It left one sixth part of the population the victims of a servitude immeasurably more debasing, than that from which it delivered the rest. While this nation held up its declaration of independence - its noble bill of human rights, before an admiring world, in one hand; it mortified the friends of humanity, by oppressing the poor and defenceless with the other. The progress of time has not lessened the evil. There are now held in involuntary and perpetual slavery, in the southern half of this republic, more than 2,000,000 of men, women, and children, guarded with a vigilance, which strives, and with success appalling as it is complete, to shut out every ray of knowledge, human and divine, and reduce them as nearly as possible to a level with the brutes. These miserable slaves are not only compelled to labor without choice and without hire, but they are subjected to the cruelty and lust of their masters to an unbounded extent. In the northern states there is very generally a sympathy with the slave-holders, and a prejudice against the slaves, which shows itself in palliating the crime of slave-holding, and in most unrighteously disregarding the rights, and vilifying the characters of the free colored men. At the same time, slavery, as a system, is (in a certain sense) condemned. It is confessed to be a great evil, "a moral evil," and, when the point is urged, a sin. The slaves, it is admitted, have rights - every principle of honesty, justice, and humanity, "in the abstract," calls aloud that they should be made free. The word of God is in their favour. Indeed, there is no ground claimed by the abettors of slavery, on which they pretend to justify it for a moment, but a supposed - a begged - expediency, baseless as the driven clouds. I say baseless, for while not a single fact has ever been produced, going to show the danger of putting the slaves, all at once, under the protection of law, and employing them as free laborers, there have been produced, on the other side, varied and fair experiments showing, that it is altogether safe and profitable. In this state of things where has the American church stood? Has she too sympathized with the hearts of the Pharaohs? Or has she, in the spirit of the martyrs of former times, borne an unflinching 'testimony against this sin? Alas! the painful truth stares us in the face. She has come down from the high and firm foundation of scripture truth, and is professedly at work upon a floating expediency, doing against slavey what can be done upon the unchecked current of popular prejudice. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.