Christians and Slavery: We Are to Blame


For centuries, Christians actively participated in the slave trade. They used slave labour. They treated their slaves as less than fully human. The most glaring example is that of the supposedly Christian Americans and their black plantation slaves.

But I have to say… So did the rest of the world.

The Arabs attacked and enslaved 18 million Africans over 1300 years. The Arabic word for ‘black’ is the same as the word for ‘slave’, abd/abed.

The Aztecs attacked, enslaved and cut the hearts out of their captives for human sacrifice long before the Conquistadors brought their ‘corrupt white man’s values’ to the Americas.

The Barbary pirates took 1.25 million European slaves in unprovoked raids on the Mediterranean coast from the 9th to 18th century.

(They even attacked fledgling America’s ships, for the reason as the Tripoli ambassador explained:

It was written in their Koran, that all nations which had not acknowledged the Prophet were sinners, whom it was the right and duty of the faithful to plunder and enslave; and that every mussulman (Muslim) who was slain in this warfare was sure to go to paradise.

This eventually led to the fledgling USA’s first ever incursions into the Middle East to smash the state-sponsored terrorism – the irony, eh?)

But just who was it who eventually spoke out most strongly against the slave trade? (It was men like former slaver turned clergyman John Newton and former hedonist turned abolitionist William Wilberforce.)

Who was it who actually passed modern Parliamentary laws banning the trading of slaves and then the act of slavery itself? (It was the Christian British with the Slave Trade Act 1807 and the Slavery Abolition Act 1833.)

Who was it blockaded the entire Atlantic slave trade with their naval might? (It was the British Navy acting on the abolition laws passed by Christian Britain.)

Who was it who wrote, some 2000 years ago when slavery was the backbone of the world’s economic system, that a master should treat his thieving, runaway slave as a dear brother? (It was the Apostle Paul, in the entire Book of Philemon.)

So where were the enlightened, progressive, forward-thinking atheists during all this time? Why did it take backward, xenophobic, racist, prejudiced, slavery-sponsoring Christians to speak out against the backward, xenophobic, racist, prejudiced, slavery-sponsoring Christians?

Meanwhile in modern history, avowed atheist and prolific church demolisher Stalin sent 18 million political and religious prisoners to work as slaves in the Gulags.

Black Africans enslave Black Africans even today, as a continuation of their pre-colonial practices… No Caucasians to blame this time.

Slavery in modern Muslim countries continued to be legal – abolished only from the 1920s onwards, with Saudi Arabia and Yemen giving it up in 1962, Nigeria in 2003 and Mauritania in 2007. Slavery of non-Muslims in Sudan continues even today. (Video of former slave who escaped at this link.

So slavery is not a uniquely White Christian sin. On the contrary, White Christians were the first (and for a long time, only) ones to try and put a permanent stop to it in modern history.

And White Christians are definitely not the culprits when it comes to modern day slavery.

Slavery was the way of the world, and de facto still is the way of the world… And Christians are the ones who abolished it.

That is what Christians are to blame for regarding slavery.


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51 Responses to “Christians and Slavery: We Are to Blame”

  1. hutchrun Says:

    “Slavery is a part of Islam,” says Sheik Saleh Al-Fawzan, according to the independent Saudi Information Agency, or SIA.

    In a lecture recorded on tape by SIA, the sheik said, “Slavery is part of jihad, and jihad will remain as long there is Islam.”

    His religious books are used to teach 5 million Saudi students, both within the country and abroad, including the United States.

    Al Fawzan – a member of the Senior Council of Clerics, Saudi Arabia’s highest religious body – says Muslims who contend Islam is against slavery “are ignorant, not scholars.”

    http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=35518

  2. hutchrun Says:

    There are many other similar instances, for example, the Orlando escapades of Saudi princesses Maha al-Sudairi and Buniah al-Saud. The writer Joel Mowbray tells of twelve female domestics “trapped and abused” in the households of Saudi dignitaries or diplomats.

    Why is this problem so acute for affluent Saudis? Four reasons come to mind. Although slavery was abolished in the kingdom in 1962, the practice still flourishes there. Ranking Saudi religious authorities endorse slavery; for example, Sheikh Saleh Al-Fawzan insisted recently that “Slavery is a part of Islam” and whoever wants it abolished is “an infidel.”

    The U.S. State Department knows about the forced servitude in Saudi households and laws exist to combat this scourge but, as Mr. Mowbray argues, it “refuses to take measures to combat it.” Finally, Saudis know they can get away with nearly any misbehavior. Their embassy provides funds, letters of support, lawyers, retroactive diplomatic immunity, former U.S. ambassadors as troubleshooters, and even keeps pesky witnesses away.

    Given the American government’s lax attitude toward the Saudis, slavery in Denver, Miami, Washington, Houston, Boston, and Orlando hardly comes as a surprise. Only when Washington more robustly represents American interests will Saudi behavior improve.

    http://www.danielpipes.org/article/2687

  3. Former Teacher Says:

    I recommend all white ppl to ignore any accusations of racism. Do not defend yourself or deny the charge just laugh turn your back on them and walk away. Just give up on them is the best thing you can do.

  4. Ron Says:

    I laugh to see today’s ‘Christians’ taking credit for anything. There are no Christians today. One small piece of evidence: Christians are supposed to submit to the law, but I drive at the speed limit as a matter of principle, and I am passed by everyone. Almost never on the turnpike do I overtake anyone going slower than me, mile after mile. Do you think it is only professed atheists on the road? I laugh when I see those folks screaming by me with their Jesus fish and I love Jesus stickers on the back of the car. If they can’t obey a speed limit with God supposedly watching, why should I believe they really believe their religion? I think so-called Christians are just pretending to be Christians, in order to seem morally superior and look trustworthy. They are just like anyone else, but running a racket. If they really believed the Bible and ‘feared God’ , this would be a whole different society. Phonies!!!!

  5. Scott Thong Says:

    I’d have to agree with you there Ron – self-professed Christians who break laws as a matter convenience are shaming their faith and their God. You may even be right about them pretending to be Christians – so good at it, they fool themselves too.

    But there are also good examples out there. It’s just that you’ve come across lots of the bad ones.

  6. starr ellison Says:

    black people where not to blame we worked back then took in slavery but now a black man is elected president. white people took us in for slavery, ” but why couldn’t they be slaves huh. black people where slaves but not white people. it make me mad to know that. oh im sorry i just felt i needed to’ SPEAK MY MIND!

  7. Scott Thong Says:

    Actually, people of ALL RACES were taken as slaves throughout history. It’s just in America that only Blacks were taken as slaves.

    To give just one example of Whites being used as slaves – the Muslim Barbary pirates took 1.5 million Europeans and Americans as slaves until Thomas Jefferson trounced them.

    By the way, think a little bit about JUST WHO attacked African villages and took them as slaves to sell to America… The Arabs. How come no one asks for reparations from them? Note that the Arabian word for ‘Black’ and ‘slave’ is the same, abed.

  8. Mad Bluebird Says:

    GOD USED SLAVERY TO PUNISH AFRICANS FOR THEIR WORSHIP OF FALSE GODS AND NATURE

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  10. Keisha Says:

    GOD LOVES US ALL. HE CREATED US TO FULFILL HIS PURPOSE. IN HEAVEN, WHERE I PRAY WE ALL GO, THERE ISN’T A SPECIAL PLACE FOR BLACKS AND ANOTHER FOR WHITES. WE MUST ALL LEARN TO LIVE TOGETHER IN PEACE AND HARMONY AND GET USED TO THE IDEA THAT WE ARE ALL THE SAME IN THE SIGHT OF OUR MAKER…

  11. Ron Says:

    Meanwhile in modern history…

    Irish Church’s Forgotten Victims Take Case to U.N.

    For years, it was Ireland’s hidden scandal: an estimated 30,000 women were sent to church-run laundries, where they were abused and worked for years with no pay. Their offense, in the eyes of society, was to break the strict sexual rules of Catholic Ireland, having children outside wedlock.

    [...]

    The Magdalene laundries were a network of profit-making workhouses run by four religious communities — the Sisters of Mercy, the Sisters of Charity, the Good Shepherd Sisters and the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity. Named after the Bible’s redeemed prostitute Mary Magdalene, they were initially used to reform prostitutes. By the 1940s, however, most of the residents, or “penitents” as they were called, were young women who had sex outside of marriage (in some cases victims of rape), unmarried mothers, women deemed flirtatious and the mentally disabled.

    Magdalene women worked long hours, typically seven days a week, without pay. There have been accounts of the harsh conditions the women endured, including allegations of mental, physical and, in some cases, sexual abuse. Many lived and died behind convent walls until the last laundry closed in 1996. Today’s Magdalene women are in their 70s or 80s.

    Prime Time Investigates evidence of sexual abuse by Irish missionaries in Africa.

  12. Scott Thong Says:

    And your point in citing this is…?

  13. Ron Says:

    And White Christians are definitely not the culprits when it comes to modern day slavery.

    Slavery was the way of the world, and de facto still is the way of the world… And Christians are the ones who abolished it ~Scott.

  14. Scott Thong Says:

    And this disproves my assertion?

  15. Ron Says:

    Yep!!

    Irish = white
    Catholic = largest Christian denomination in the world
    Indentured servitude = slavery

  16. Scott Thong Says:

    Those actually involved + all who knew of fine details and condoned it = what percentage of professing Christians in the world?

  17. wits0 Says:

    The last few countries to abolish slavery:

    1952 Qatar abolishes slavery
    1959 Slavery in Tibet is abolished by China after the Dalai Lama flees.
    1960 Niger abolishes slavery[54]
    1962 Saudi Arabia abolishes slavery
    1962 Yemen abolishes slavery
    1963 United Arab Emirates abolishes slavery
    1970 Oman abolishes slavery
    1981 Mauritania abolishes slavery[55][56][57]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abolition_of_slavery_timeline

  18. Ron Says:

    Those actually involved + all who knew of fine details and condoned it = what percentage of professing Christians in the world? ~Scott

    Christianity claims to have over 2 billion adherents, of which 1.2 billion are Catholics. The details of abuse have been known for years.

    Where is the outrage over this travesty from the RC hierarchy? Or the RC laity? Non-Catholic sects? Christian bloggers?

    Remaining mute = condoning.

  19. Scott Thong Says:

    I never knew. It has my condemnation now that I do know.

    Your argument is also fallacious.

    You are an atheist, yes? Have you ever in your life condemned the physical and sexual abuse of Filipino maids working in Saudi households?

    No? Then your silence must mean you condone Wahhabism, Islamic slavery of kaffirs and raping the help. You Osamaphile.

    Why don’t you type out an entire list of every single bad thing Christians have ever done, post it up, and we’ll go through it and condemn/not condemn them one by one. If there seem to be too many to handle, then maybe you can get why I don’t think much of your present accusation

  20. Ron Says:

    I never knew. It has my condemnation now that I do know. ~Scott

    So I take it that you’ll be adding some balance to your blog by posting articles which examine Christianity in the same harsh light you now reserve for other religious (and non-religious) groups?

    You are an atheist, yes? Have you ever in your life condemned the physical and sexual abuse of Filipino maids working in Saudi households? [...]

    I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse. It’s hard to keep up with all the atrocities committed in the name of religion. But to answer your question, yes, I condemn all forms of cruelty and inhumanity.

  21. wits0 Says:

    “I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse. It’s hard to keep up with all the atrocities committed in the name of religion.”

    It seems that you’re more interested in condemning Christianity for reasons best known to yourself and your claimed(selective) ignorance of other belief systems makes a poor excuse in this Internet era.

  22. uzdeks Says:

    “I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse.” – Ron

    Then you are not aware of much at all. It`s been all over the media and you are not aware. Awareness must be foreign to you.

    In Bahasa Malaysia/Indonesia there is a saying “Katak Dibawah Tempurung – Frog under an overturned coconut shell i.`e. one lacking awarenes of which the english equivalent would be a “goldfish” in a bowl where the “goldfish” would probably appeal to you as opposed to a horse with blinkers.

    Anyway, if you drive do be aware of the traffic lights. Them nasty cops do not take “lack of awareness” as an excuse.

  23. uzdeks Says:

    When doing research on African slavery I came across this video and was surprised about the slave trade in the Middle East, especially around North Africa. This explains the current genocide that is going on in Darfur and the Sudan. I could see the link with the past that this has been going on for 14 centuries. This person wrote this book about slavery in Islamic states. John Alembillah Alembillah Azumah The book is called Legacy of Arab-Islam in Africa: A Quest for Inter-Religious Dialogue.

    This book reveals the dark secret of Islam and slavery of black people in Africa and the history of how Arab Muslims went to war on and captured black men, women and children and turned them into slaves. While slavery only lasted 3 centuries in the west, it has lasted 14 centuries in the Middle East and exists today in many Muslim countries. He explains the book in this short video and it is very interesting. It explains that when Arab slave traders would raid black villages to the south they would kill the adults and kidnap the children.

    The boy children were indoctrinated into an Islamic army for the Arabs and the girls were taken as household and sex slaves. The reason their were not that many black descendants in the middle east is because the black male children were castrated so they could not reproduce. There were a few black Africans who grew up and because they curried favor with their masters were allowed to also be slave traders. A very interesting history of black African slave trade and the Muslim Arab world.

    People need to know this history, BUT instead sadly people will never get enough of watching Souljah Boy dance dude, 50 cent, old Tupac Shakur Rap videos, Britany Spears and other videos and never know the truth, especially white and black converts or reverts. This is part of the legacy of slavery that most African American people should know. Many black converts or reverts do not know this history before they converted believing that they were originally Muslim before they were sold into slavery. They were not. People should research their history before they convert or revert.

  24. Scott Thong Says:

    So I take it that you’ll be adding some balance to your blog by posting articles which examine Christianity in the same harsh light you now reserve for other religious (and non-religious) groups? – Ron

    If it catches my interest. Else I’ll think about it when Moulitsas and Breitbart abandon their individual efforts and team up to form a wholly nonpartisan media entity.

  25. wits0 Says:

    Ron should explain to all and sundry why the Christian Ten Commandments is evil.

    I find six to seven out of ten of them clearly makes good moral sense straightaway.

  26. Scott Thong Says:

    When it comes to this issue, just as with any others it is best to ask first: Is what is being done ‘in the name of so-and-so religion’ actually in accordance with what said religion teaches?

    Let’s use the US armed forces as an example. Was what happened at Abu Ghraib or Haditha in accordance with what US military doctrine and rules of engagement advise? Or was it in contradiction to the rules?

  27. blimey Says:

    “Ron should explain to all and sundry why the Christian Ten Commandments is evil.” – wits0

    The moose is out on a limb allahooing akbar even tho he tries a Fareed Zakaria with “But to answer your question, yes, I condemn all forms of cruelty and inhumanity.”
    Further flippantly “I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse. It’s hard to keep up with all the atrocities committed in the name of religion. “

  28. blimey Says:

    “I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse.” – Ron

    “Then you are not aware of much at all. It`s been all over the media and you are not aware. Awareness must be foreign to you.” – uzdeks

    The awareness of mooses is confined to the old saying “Pray for your enemies…and kill them”. That is the way to Darul Islam.

  29. wits0 Says:

    “I wasn’t aware of that particular abuse.” – Ron

    You have shown yourself (repeatedly)to be incredibly selective.

  30. Ron Says:

    If it catches my interest. Else I’ll think about it when Moulitsas and Breitbart abandon their individual efforts and team up to form a wholly nonpartisan media entity. ~Scott

    Interestingly enough, Moulitsas used to be a strong Republican supporter before he saw the light. And if you want to meet Breitbart’s standards of excellence, you’ll have to lower the bar even further.

  31. Ron Says:

    Ron should explain to all and sundry why the Christian Ten Commandments is evil.

    I find six to seven out of ten of them clearly makes good moral sense straightaway. ~wits0

    Did I say that the Ten Commandments were evil? No.

    And out of those ten, only the 6th and 8th (5th and 7th if your Catholic) have any moral significance. The first four (three for Catholics) are wasted appealing to God’s vanity, and the remainder are sensible guidelines.

  32. wits0 Says:

    “Did I say that the Ten Commandments were evil? No.” – Ron.

    Then you are implying that evil actions are unrelated to bad doctrines? That your “evil Christians” somehow just chose to be evil without rhyme and reason?!

  33. eating jerky Says:

    “Interestingly enough, Moulitsas used to be a strong Republican supporter before he saw the light.”

    Lucifer was an angel too before he saw the light, ya.
    Uncle Joe Stalin killed millions cos he saw the light. Bro Hitler killed millions cos he saw the light. Gramps Gandhi`s bright lights resulted in millions killed.

  34. Ron Says:

    I’m not implying anything. Scott’s assertion is that white Christianity rode in on a stallion and abolished slavery, which is a specious statement considering that both the Old and the New Testaments condone slavery. If slavery was abolished it had more to do with enlightened moral values than biblical doctrines. Furthermore, while slavery may have officially ended in western nations, racial disenfranchisement still continued long afterwards. South African apartheid only ended 15 years ago, African Americans continue to struggle against deep-seated racism, and North American Indians remain sequestered on remote reservations in isolated communities. And as the links I posted above show, the Catholic Church is still involved in humans rights abuses.

  35. wits0 Says:

    ” ..It (abolishing slavery)had more to do with enlightened moral values than biblical doctrines.”

    The Dalai Lama also condoned slavery, see? And I’ve never regarded him(or his predecessor) as any “holiness”, anyway, but just politicians.

    Black Africans living in China also has problem with the host society and the Chinese government is not so PC as not to make some official acknowledgement to the fact. In fact on an official level, one Black African government concerned has told their own people that they cannot live and behave publicly the same way as they do at home. This was on CCTV9(English).

    Where did these enlightened moral values to abolish slavery come from? Darwin?

    I recall Jesus said, “Do unto others as you would others do unto you”. And Confucius, in the negative way, “Do NOT to others as you would NOT others to you”. The true Golden Rule of Man.

    Don’t preach to us about “deep-seated racism”, we, the non Malays in M’sia are too familiar with such here. You can bet that Black African visitors here are also viewed suspiciously by the law. They also have certain propensities too.

  36. wits0 Says:

    Ron, you whine much about unofficial discrimination. Wait till you’ve experienced an officially instituted form of that in Malaysia!

  37. eating jerky Says:

    “If slavery was abolished it had more to do with enlightened moral values than biblical doctrines.”

    It was christian beliefs and the reformers like the Quakers that led to the outlawing of slavery in the US and UK and elsewhere not these nonsensical tripe of “enlightened moral values”.
    Ron`s argument is equal to saying that Communism (enlightened moral values) liberated the Serbs and Peasants in Russia/China/Poland and so on.
    Today`s “enlightened moral values” include butt banging and paedophilia.

  38. eating jerky Says:

    In the Roman times those who could not afford to pay the high taxes would sell themselves as slaves too.

  39. wits0 Says:

    “nonsensical tripe of “enlightened moral values”.”

    This qualifies:
    “Wish for your brothers what you wish for yourself”

  40. eating jerky Says:

    “I’m not implying anything.” – Ron

    Stop being ridiculous. You are implying and asserting. If what you say is true then why is it the Brits did not take slaves in commonwealth countries like India/Malaysia/China? Instead the methodists, catholics, lutherans went around setting up schools, effective administrations, transport systems,…..

  41. wits0 Says:

    “I’m not implying anything.” – Ron

    Sure, sure, just whining without implying! Ha!

  42. sama sama Says:

    “while slavery may have officially ended in western nations, racial disenfranchisement still continued long afterwards” – Ron

    And ultimately it is a mere shadow. In muslim countries it is reinforced daily. The whites should become muslims then they can bring back slavery.

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  44. wits0 Says:

    Ron surely is ignorant of the fact that M’sia’s institutions have been implicated in human trafficking of refugees from neighboring countries and has done little to stop that amid hollow promises to do so.

  45. sama sama Says:

    Mixed race:

    Where do we draw the line?9:52AM Jun 2 | 1FREE YOURSAY

    ‘We have one rule for some people, another rule for others, while Muslims seem to get the best deal.’

    http://malaysiakini.com/news/165789

  46. sama sama Says:

    “..Do you know what most commonly bring people into Hell? They are the two hollow things: the mouth and the private parts.”…..soa

    I dunno, ask Ron maybe he knows about hollow private parts.

  47. wits0 Says:

    “The West is familiar with the history of slavery in the new world. It was sinful and terrible, and it lasted for several hundred years. And it was abolished mainly through the efforts of Christians in England (Wilberforce, Clarkson) and America (the Abolitionists, primarily Protestant)……………………Muslims were enslaving black Africans long before any slave ships sailed for the New World. Muslims were taking and making slaves all over the lands they had conquered. Later, when slave ships were loaded with black slaves, often, a Muslim slave broker had the human cargo all ready to go. American slavers rarely had to go into inland to capture slaves, they were already waiting there, courtesy of some Muslim ruler, and/or slave broker! In many cases, if the black slaves were not sent to the New World, they were sent to the Mideast to be enslaved by Arabs, or kept by other black Muslims as slaves.”

    http://www.answering-islam.org/Silas/slavery.htm

  48. wits0 Says:

    “I dunno, ask Ron maybe he knows about hollow private parts.” – sama sama

    He sees meaningfulness in the empty suit TOTUS aka O’Bummer.

  49. Zakir Nayak Says:

    The Arab slave trade was most active in West Asia, North Africa and East Africa. By the end of the 19th century, such activity had reached a low ebb. In the early 20th century (post World War I) slavery was gradually outlawed and suppressed in Muslim lands, largely due to pressure exerted by Western nations such as Britain and France.
    However, slavery claiming the sanction of Islam is documented presently in the African republics of Chad, Mauritania, Niger, Mali and Sudan.

    Slave women were required mainly as concubines and menials. A Muslim slaveholder was entitled by law to the sexual enjoyment of his slave women. While free women might own male slaves, they had no such right. The purchase of female slaves for sex was lawful from the perspective of Islamic law, and this was the most common motive for the purchase of slaves throughout Islamic history. There are some restrictions on the master; he may not co-habit with a female slave belonging to his wife, neither can he have relations with a female slave if she is co-owned, or already married.

  50. Zakir Nayak Says:

    Slavery was legal in Saudi Arabia until it was abolished in 1962.
    However, there have been no known prosecutions of offenders, and it is believed the practice continues with no official sanction.

    Blood money payable for the death of a Christian or Jewish male is also half that for a Muslim male; all others (e.g. Hindus, Buddhists, and Sikhs) are valued at 1/16.

  51. free masai Says:

    “I’m not implying anything.” – Ron

    “Sure, sure, just whining without implying! Ha!” – wits0

    Da way Ron goes on it will be a wonder if he has ny teeth left.

    “I dunno, ask Ron maybe he knows about hollow private parts.” – sama sama

    “He sees meaningfulness in the empty suit TOTUS aka O’Bummer.”- wits0

    Whites were too afraid of the disease and strange animals in the deep jungles.
    The slaves that whites took across to UK and UK were brought from the interior of the Dark Continent by Arabs and their Black Muslim converts (like Obama`s ancestors). Today the blacks and many whites (like Moulitsas) wish to revert to their servitude.

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