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I recently saw the film of the American classic ’Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ and realised afresh that slavery is such a terrible institution, a blot on the human race. It has been a source of puzzlement why Paul did not condemn it outright, for here was his opportunity to do so. And yet he remained silent; he doesn’t even tell Philemon to set Onesimus free for it is still as a slave that he would have been taken back. Did Paul, as a man of his time, accept slavery? I hardly think so. Surely Paul’s silence was in accordance with the strategic plan of God.

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