J. Albert Harrill, Slaves in the New Testament: Literary, Social and Moral Dimensions (Fortress, 2005).
Here's the blurb:
In this exciting new analysis of slaves and slavery in the New Testament, Harrill breaks new ground with his extensive use of Greco-Roman evidence, discussion of hermeneutics, and treatment of the use of the New Testament in antebellum U.S. slavery debates. He examines in detail Philemon, 1 Corinthians, Romans, Luke-Acts, and the household codes.
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