|Statement||by Howard H. Charles.|
|LC Classifications||HV5182 .C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||66010970|
This little book was written for all who are addicted to the Number #1 Drug: Alcohol. And it was especially written to provoke a reexamination of the social-moderate use of “alcohol drug” by those who profess to be Bible believers. The word “wine” in the Bible sometimes refers to the new—or fresh juice of the grape; other times it is used to describe the aged or fermented product containing the drug alcohol. The translators never used the term “grape juice.” In the Hebrew text, the writers use different words to distinguish between the two. The Good Book and the Big Book: A.A.'s Roots in the Bible by Dick B. explores every observable source and appearance of Bible ideas in the Big Book which Bill W. began writing about three years after A.A. was founded in Akron in June It has become a regular shelf item among those who believe in God, understand the importance of the Bible, diligently seek to apply the teachings of Jesus Christ in Reviews: The Bible does not prohibit the consumption of alcohol but leaves that choice up to the individual. Opponents argue against drinking by citing the destructive effects of alcohol addiction, such as divorce, job loss, traffic accidents, break up of families, and destruction of the addict's health.
The Bible’s answer. It is not a sin to drink alcohol in moderation. The Bible describes wine as a gift from God that can make life more enjoyable. (Psalm , 15; Ecclesiastes 3: 13; ) The Bible also acknowledges the medicinal value of wine. — 1 Timothy 5: Jesus drank wine during his time on earth. All but one of the 40 negative references to alcohol in the Bible concern the abuse of alcohol. There are 17 warnings against abusing alcohol, 19 examples of people abusing alcohol, and three guidelines for selecting leaders. The 3 references to selecting leaders caution that those who abuse alcohol should not be selected as leaders. Buy a cheap copy of Alcohol and the Bible book. Free shipping over $ Skip to content. Search Button. Categories Collectibles Movies & TV Blog Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest Share to Twitter. ISBN: X. ISBN Alcohol and the Bible. And all king Solomon's drinking vessels were of gold, and all the vessels of the house of the forest of Lebanon were of pure gold; none were of silver: it was nothing accounted of in the days of Solomon.
Their are nine Hebrew, and four Greek words translated "wine" in the Bible (to study this further,see William Patton's classic book "Bible Wines or Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients.") Generally, it is easy to see from the context of individual Scriptures which . The Bible forbids drunkenness. Although the Bible never says that alcohol itself is sinful, it does say many times that drunkenness is a sin. God says, "Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to Author: Christy Shipe. What God commands Christians regarding alcohol is to avoid drunkenness (Ephesians ). The Bible condemns drunkenness and its effects (Proverbs ). Christians are also commanded to not allow their bodies to be “mastered” by anything (1 Corinthians ; 2 Peter ). Drinking alcohol in excess is undeniably addictive. Proverbs f: "Do not join those who drink too much wine or gorge themselves on meat, for drunkards and gluttons Isaiah f: "Woe to those who rise early in the morning to run after their drinks, who stay up late at night till Galatians – "The acts of the sinful nature are.