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Why did slave owners often want their slaves to convert to Christianity? A. They wanted them to be happy. B. They want to seem like a god to their slaves. C. They
wanted them to have access to a religious life. D. They wanted them to be more accepting of their position in life.
D. They wanted them to be more accepting of their position in life.
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