Then you should also agree that most of the slavery in history goes against Biblical teachings.We were talking about slaves, not free men. Another Israelite. You keep changing what you think a slave is so you can win the argument. The bible condones slavery, indenture, but wont let you capture a neighbor and make a slave of him. We all agree on that part.
I have never denied that. Ever.But you simply refuse to admit that there were bought and sold slaves, that were the property of the slave master.
Yup. And in those days, slavery was common practice.He could buy him, sell him, beat him, keep his children and kill him if necessary. All condoned by the bible.
And those Scriptures are not intended for Christians to follow, they're intended to be seen as history.