People often take the "slaves obey your master" verse out of context a lot too. It goes on to acknowledge unfair treatment and says when they are victimized to such that instead of reacting with violence they should turn their suffering over to God<quoted text> You can start by not imposing anachronistic assumptions into ancient cultures where slavery was the norm everywhere. According to Scar... link earlier ancient Israel re defined slavery.
<quoted text> No it does not and since you claim it does then the burden of proof is on you. Foreign slaves who escaped to Israel were not to be returned to their foreign masters. <quoted text> Yeah. <quoted text> Then why were foreign slaves allowed sanctuary in Israel? If they had no objections as you claim why not return foreign slaves to their foreign masters?
Just as believers are taught to turn the other cheek.
There is a passage that talks about taking slaves when battling enemies of God in a particular conflict but just like many things in the OT those are not part of the new covenant.
Love your neighbor as yourself
Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
Love your enemy, neighbor, and brother
Those that have a problem with Mosaic law or things that happened in the OT really have an issue with Judaism if anything. While obviously part of our Bible, modern Christians are under different rules. If someone has an issue with Christianity today then they should show what in the New Testament they have a problem with. And any believer not abiding by it has to answer why not but that falls on them, not the faith