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Children could also be sold into debt bondage
Article says "Children could also be sold into debt bondage" and provides a reference to Leviticus 25:44 which is "As for the male and female slaves whom you may have, it is from the nations around you that you may acquire male and female slaves."
Why is Roger Williams not inlcuded?
The Section on America makes it seem like Abolitionism started with the Quakers in 1688 and starts it's Baptist timeline in the 1830s. Roger Williams opposed Slavery and banned it in Rhode Island from the start.--JaredMithrandir (talk) 17:23, 4 January 2021 (UTC)
Slavery a Moral Defect
Being aware an act is wrong (according the law) and doing it anyway is widely used definition of moral defect.
If (according past laws of the United States) it was wrong to help a runaway slave, and I yet did I could be held as "morally defective" under the law.
Christian views on slavery are varied regionally, historically and spiritually.
Won’t it be more accurate to say that slavery was permitted and accepted by the the church and christianity or at least mainstream christianity until the 18-19th century instead of saying “varied historically” ?