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The guilt of slavery and the crime of slaveholding : demonstrated from the Hebrew and Greek scriptures

Author: George B Cheever
Publisher: New York : Negro Universities Press, [1969]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cheever, George Barrell, 1807-1890.
Guilt of slavery and the crime of slaveholding.
New York : Negro Universities Press, [1969]
(OCoLC)576061648
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George B Cheever
ISBN: 0837113806 9780837113807
OCLC Number: 23233
Notes: Reprint of the 1860 ed.
Description: viii, 472 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Importance of the investigation --
2. Varieties of the demonstration against slavery --
3. Historic investigation, patriarchal life --
4. God's choice of Abraham, and for what --
5. Cockatrice's eggs laid by lexicographers --
6. Examination of enactments --
7. Idioms of buying and selling in the case of Hebrew servants --
no property of man --
8. Freedom and rights of the children of servants --
9. God's fugitive law for protection of the runaway --
10. Injurious and tenacious mixtures of error and truth --
11. First instance of the word for servant --
12. Word-analysis through the life of Abraham --
13. The servile relation for money no proof of slavery --
14. Different translations of the same word by our English translators --
no word for slave --
15. Patriarchal establishment of Isaac and Jacob --
16. Nature of tributary servitude --
17. The children of Solomon's servants --
18. Judgment of God against slavery in Egypt --
19. Times of service of the Hebrew servant --
20. Phraseology for contracts with servants --
21. The law against man-stealing, or property in man --
22. Statute forbidding the delivery of fugitives --
23. Demonstration continued against property in man --
24. Four impossibilities of slavery --
25. Specific enactments of the jubilee --
26. Second clause of personal liberty --
27. Case of the native Hebrew selling himself to the stranger --
28. Comparison of Roman and American slaves --
29. The argument of silence considered --
30. With the Old Testament in existence, any ne man against slavery unnecessary --
31. Examination of Greek usage in the New Testament --
evidence from Matthew and Mark --
32. Evidence from Luke --
case of the prodigal son --
33. Evidence from the gospel of John apostles --
34. Evidence from the epistles to the Romans and Corinthians --
35. Evidence from the epistle to the Galatians --
36. Evidence from the epistle to the Ephesians --
37. Epistles to the Philippians and Colossians --
38. Evidence from the epistle to Timothy and Titus --
39. Evidence from the epistle of Paul to Philemon --
40. Evidence from Hebrews, James, and Peter --
41. Evidence from the Apocalypse --
42. Appeal of the moral argument.
Responsibility: by Rev. George B. Cheever.

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