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Why'd God Allow Slavery in the Old Testament? | Cliffe Knechtle

Apr 2024 15



Cliffe Knechtle explains why you should follow Christ, not Christianity, since “Christians” have interpreted the bible in all sorts of evil ways, justifying to themselves slavery, when God is opposed to it, evidenced by His character.
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35 Comments

  1. #1

    Read the tenth commandment. Exodus 20:17. Does that sound like it condones slavery. No. And these are straight from God.

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  3. #3

    Nothing in exodus says you can't go to another nation and buy slaves.

  4. #4

    Yet another clip of Cliffe lying.
    Leviticus 25:44-46 allowed the Israelites to buy foreign chattel slaves, exactly like the chattel slaves in the Antebellum South.

  5. #5

    I am not christian, but this pastor says alot of stuff I want to explore more. Can someone please share me he's name?

  6. #6

    Amen ✝️🙏❤️

  7. #7

    Slavery is morally wrong regardless of religion

  8. #8

    Slavery creates iniquity and demeans the creation and contradicts God's plan and Lord Jesus' teachings. Some slavers are justified by the Law in that they married or adopted unclean men/women and that they needed to be in a position of authority or control like with teachers and students. The abuses that follow are terrible and ultimately serve God's enemies. I pray anyone who supports it and believes in controlling others and wants to be a puissant will get to learn why that word ends in -ant. Let the Lord's will be done, and not my own. Amen.

  9. #9

    What about Black slave owners and the Black's that sold them into slavery

  10. #10

    The Israelites owned slaves. God told them how to treat and sell those slaves. If God was truly anti-slavery he could just said so.

  11. #11

    Why would the first testament support slavery. The Jews were slaves of Egypt for generations until Moses

  12. #12

    Technically it's not slavery in exodus that's actually condemned, it's self imposed indentured servitude for ones, who fell on hard times to pay off debts and feed their family's, and after a certain amount of years they were freed.

  13. #13

    Leviticus 25:44-46
    New International Version
    44 “‘Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from them you may buy slaves. 45 You may also buy some of the temporary residents living among you and members of their clans born in your country, and they will become your property. 46 You can bequeath them to your children as inherited property and can make them slaves for life, but you must not rule over your fellow Israelites ruthlessly.
    God also says to slaves to “obey your earthly masters as you would god”
    God also says you can sell your daughter into sex slavery if you have debts.
    That’s why people say god condones slavery. Because he does. He has a full system of how it should work (of course none of it applies to the Israelites though because they wrote the book)
    As for cliffs last point about how god the all powerful all knowing being couldn’t change society over night
    He didn’t seem to care about that when he said don’t wear two fabrics of different cloths, or not to eat certain animals, god is all powerful and all knowing he would have known that people would “misinterpret” his words and keep doing slavery. That whole argument is terrible.

  14. #14

    Never heard someone use EXODUS to say God is pro slavery before 😂😂😂

  15. #15

    Exodus is saying that you should buy your slaves from the nations around you, so that is exactly what exodus said.

  16. #16

    So is he saying at some point god is gonna drop an updated version of the Bible, and exodus is a half way point needs to be changed eventually or something?

  17. #17

    There is a gigantic difference between chattel slavery and indentured servitude. Capturing prisoners in battle is also different than those two.

  18. #18

    Slavery is alive and well and worse today than it has ever been ever. STFU until you accept that white people in America and Europe are the ONLY ones who gave up slavery

  19. #19

    So he is saying that God's perfect law was only to limit slavery in Exodus. I thought your God was a god of miracles. If your God commanded to have no slaves, and if you kept slaves that you would be put to death, then God's chosen people would probably choose not to have slaves. Oh my goodness, that would be a miracle wouldn't it.

  20. #20

    Ppl really think they change at the snap of the fingers. Thats not wat change always is. For some change is slow, suttle, little steps for some.

  21. #21

    Man say what you want about this guy he's speaking facts some I agree with less than others but he's just being real telling his interpretations and most of them aren't wrong

  22. #22
  23. #23

    These people are exhausting. Just because The Bible mentions slavery, war, famine & death doesn’t mean it supports these things, all of which still happen today

  24. #24

    The slave bible completely removes the book of Exodus… so all that stuff about slavers following Exodus 21, is completely incorrect.

  25. #25

    There both wrong there was no Christian rave owners 😂

  26. #26

    People and sin enslave, Christ does not ..
    People are responsible for there actions and responsible for transgression

  27. #27

    They were following exodus to the letter as long as the Jews weren't enslaved.
    God is disgusting if he thinks slavery was ever okay.

  28. #28

    😊😊 BOOM 🙏🙏💙💙

  29. #29

    No, of course slave owners where not following Exodus… they where following Leviticus.

  30. #30

    Until 1680 European Slave owners let their slaves go after 7 years. African Slave owners were castrating male White slaves and had done so for 900 years. Most White slaves were dead in 2 years and never freed.
    That is why White Christians risked their lives going around the world ending slavery

  31. #31

    The bible clearly says if you steal someone you get the death penalty.

  32. #32

    I love when people take one scripture or passage of the Bible and make it into somehow God saying that he agrees with that when it’s literally just stating historic fact that happened at the time there’s literally a scripture where it says a man sacrifice his daughter to God, nowhere in the Bible does he advocate for that, in fact, that’s why Jesus in the New Testament says let your SBS and your no no do not swear on anything on heaven or earth, because the man swore oath, and he had to uphold it by killing his daughter

  33. #33

    this same man would tell you in the same breath exodus didnt happen
    so somehow they are following 3000 year old beliefs that they claim
    shouldnt exist cause it never happened

    until its needed for an argument then it comes out of the bag

    make it make sense.

  34. #34

    Legit every time slavery is mentioned in the bible God tells the jews to never treat someone the way they were treated by the Egyptians. The way the Egyptians enslaved the jews is more like what slavery in america was like. After the exodus the jews slavery was more like endentured servitude, labor payed a debt, and every 7 years any and all debts were forgiven.

  35. #35

    I'm sorry Christiana doesn't support slavery????! This guy doesn't know how to speak the truth even about his own book. They're literally parts of the Bible that tell you how to treat your slaves. Anything that makes you look bad you got to take it down. If you don't take it down you look like a bad person oh wait you are

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