Hoar Christ, "Therefore. if (hou bring thv eÃ¯f to the altar, and there rememberest that thy Ã¶rotber hath aught against thee, lcave tfaere thy gilt bcfore the altar, and go thy wny; first be reconciled to thy brother, and then cono and ofceter, upon a fair interpretation of this passage oÃ â cnpiurel And yet, Christ, we are told lÃvcr sald any thmg.agamst slavcry, Nothing Uains BRUTAUZt.N-G THE MISD of ,1 MAN? AA a gainst 6wi, and ,rfiBÃr the image et God?- Notkmg against pnventing men from reading God s word? against EFt, hordfr BOiBJERT, OPPRESSION, AUULTJERT, and I.YJUSTICE? Cbrist nee er saiÃº any thin-g which condemns such evilsBB these? Why, what kind of a teacher was Chnst, u, indeed, he never once onened his mouth against cither or all of these abominn.