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Relation of guardian and ward a Divine institution 83 to
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Slavery the school of adversity to reclaim wicked nations and individuals
91
Barness examination of the Scripture argument on slavery and the scriptural
109
The interest of the master and the direct laws of God against the abuses
115
Distribution by the Hebrews of captives taken in battle 122 123 Greek cus
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Legend of Antioch Margarita and the Roman Praefect Olybius 128 to 133
133
Authorities to prove African degradation continued 155 to 158 slavery
159
The assertion of Barnes that a slave bought with money had compensa
165
Authorities quoted by Barnes 169 numerous quotations from Barnes
174
Channings seven arguments that a man cannot be held as property exa
182
Examination of Channings seveja arguments continued 183 to
188
That slavery disease and death are necessary effects of sin proved by
194
Channings position that the debasement of African slavery arises from
206
Channings views of slavery is conducive to licentiousness and unrestrained
214
Channings views of the scriptural argument in favour of slavery over
230
The zeal of oolitionism not according to knowledge 235 236 Channings
239
Gods government of the universe and his declaration of the right
247
Hams intermarriage with the race of Cain the cause of his doom and that
255
Extracts from Bower 256 the Treuga Dei 257 258 Bishop England quoted
259
Liberty of less value than life 270 the Divine grant to hold slaves
271
The invasion of Attila and the Pontiff Leos successful intercession 279
279
Church rescripts for the freedom of slaves and St Augustins mode
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Muratori on the manumission of slaves in Rome 291 colonial and con
294
Bishop Englands account of slavery in England and Ireland in remote
302
Constantines edict that none but Christians could hold slaves 212 213
317
Intellect correspondent to organization 403 j inquiry into the nature of
408
The golden rule considered in relation to slavery 413 to
416
Nature of sin the primal transgression 433
433
The mark upon Cain Mohammedan traditions 437 438 prooftexts from
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Proofs that the descendants of Ham inherited the curse of Cain and were
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Signification of the name Naamah in Hebrew and Arabic 451 to
455
The names and derivatives of the words Cain and Naamah found only among
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Lesson XLProofs scriptural and historical that the descendants of Ham were black
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Scriptural testimony respecting the colour of the races of the human
477
Derivation and train of thought connected with the word Ham in
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Hebrew Syriac Greek and Coptic derivations of the word Ham 495 to
502
Critical examination into the meaning of the Greek word 6ovog doulos slave
506
The meaning of dovog as used by the Greek poets 510 Valckenaerus
515
Extracts from Grecian historians philosophers and poets showing the classi
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The use of the word iovXos by Thucydides Herodotus and Xenophon 536
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Lesson VILExtracts from Xenophons Cyropaedia 549 to
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The Scriptural use of the word 6ovog 559 to 501
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Paul on slave stealing 569 to
572
Use of the word fovXog by Paul Peter Matthew Mark Luke and John
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Origin of the English word servant and its derivatives 581 its use by
585
Tendency of the Shemitic languages to the rhetorical figure prosopopoeia
594
Examples of the Hebrew word meaning slave both as a noun and a verb
601
Refutation of the assertion that the root of the Hebrew word meaning slave
607
The use of the Hebrew word meaning slave in the book of Genesis and
622
Declension of the Hebrew noun meaning slave and the conjugation
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