js1138 has supplied you with direct passages from the bible that are totally unambiguous, including totally unambiguous instructions about how to treat slaves. Tell me, do you think it makes a great deal of difference to a slave beaten to death in keeping with God's dictates whether he is a chattel bondservant or not? I have to say that this is about the most longwindedly ungraceful display from someone utterly flagrantly caught with his philosophical mitts in the cookie jar, as I've yet witnessed here at FR.
Unambiguous but out of context. Do you understand the word "context"? There is no truth in your world - people assign their own meaning to words in your world. You have proven nothing other than you can post scriptures from the bible. Now that you have posted the scriptures, I'm sure you won't mind explaining them in detail in view of hebrew culture in 1000 BC and roman culture in 50 AD. Your simplistic approach to scripture (post a verse, then make a claim as if it were fact) is stereotypical of biased skeptics. If you can't do that then your statements will never go past the "unsupported assertion" stage.
I will say again, you have zero understanding of biblical slavery. You are driven by your bias and your assertions are unsupported through contextual examination.