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« on: Jul 13, 2014 02:44 pm »

As for your male and female slaves whom you may have: you may buy male and female slaves from among the nations that are round about you. You may also buy from among the strangers who sojourn with you and their families that are with you, who have been born in your land; and they may be your property. You may bequeath them to your sons after you, to inherit as a possession forever; you may make slaves of them, but over your brethren the people of Israel you shall not rule, one over another, with harshness. 

leviticus 25:44-46 

Date of Writing: The Book of Leviticus was written between 1440 and 1400 B.C. by Moses. Time wise it  happened approximately the same time in the Dwapara yuga that we live in today since the lowest part of the kali yuga was 500 A.D. according to the Master's (SRF lineage) teachings. It would have been at the beginning of the Dwapara yuga. So this would have correlated with the time just around or after the civil war. So we see that in this sense the Bible does not even give correct teachings for guidance in regards to this period time wise. Many parts of the Bible are obsolete. There is no... i repeat no justification for a prophet or a saint preaching slave trafficing and blatant sexism. Who will end sexism towards women unless men openly expose and defy the sources from where it originated? The Bible in many ways is finished as a definitive spiritual ideal and it is hopeless to defend many parts of it.

Also, again we find inconsistancies. In one sense Moses led people out of bondage and in another he promoted slavery. Who will end sexism towards women unless men openly expose and defy the sources from where it originated?  Let us again read the words of Moses above. This is a prophet? Buying people like commodities and using them as possessions?  In fact it is hypocrisy to lead a people out of slavery and then preach slavery as well. To think that a prophet of the Lord would justify harshness for one race of people and to bar it from another only increases the inhumanity of the Bible and those who wrote it. 

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