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recognition of the
freedom, justice and peace in the world,
rights of all members of the
Whereas
the equal and inalienable
inherent dignity and of
human family is the foundation of
The
Universal
Declaration of
Human Rights
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No one shall be held in
slavery or servitude;
slavery and the slave trade
shall be prohibited
in all their forms.
When you think of Jesus—in scripture, tradition, reason, and spiritual
experience:
--How is Jesus' affirmation of servanthood different form “servitude”
condemned by Article 4?
--What basis do we have for thinking that Jesus abhors slavery?
--What would cause us to think Jesus objects to commercial trafficking in
human beings?
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