How did Frederick Douglass reason that it was valid for slaves to belong to Christianity, even though it was the religion of their slave masters, and especially since some slave owners certainly did not want their slaves to become Christian and since even some slaves saw it as irrational themselves?
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A fierce abolitionist Frederick Douglas was the most important Black American leader of the 19th century. Douglass believed that it is against any reason to be a slave master and in the same time to be a Christian. He firmly believed that Christianity excluded slavery simply as it was against the core beliefs of the Christian faith and that someone cannot consider himself a Christian and in the same time to be a slave master. In addition, he was a fierce critique of slave masters who declared themselves as religious conservative Christians and he even considered them to be the worst of all slave masters....