Question: Would you allow the people of God to have the right to drink alcohol drinks? How would you treat this issue if you were to pastor a church? http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Question: Is alcohol addiction a disease?
Question: Hello, my name is —–, and I was truly impressed with this article [Is it Alright for Christians to Drink Alcohol?]. It is so hard to find a man of God who will be willing to tell the truth these days, concerning the gospel of Christ. I agree with you completely that Christians should […]
Question: The question on alcohol, if a Christian wasn’t allowed alcohol, why did the Pharisees condemn Jesus for drinking, if it wasn’t alcohol. Why did Jesus say not to drink wine in excess if there was no alcohol in it? Also, why did the Corinthian believers get drunk on it? Why did Lot get drunk? […]
Question: I need scriptures for a recovering alcoholic … Answer: Here are some articles I think will help especially the first one, which goes into how to work with an alcoholic: Ways others Can Help the Alcoholic
Question: My husband WAS a recovering alcoholic. He has drastically fallen off the wagon again. I love him dearly, but cannot endure a lifetime of the lying, secrets, drunkenness and basically a husband who would prefer to stay at the office and drink than be with his family… We have been going to Biblical counseling, […]
Question: Please explain Deuteronomy 14:26 to me. I have been doing an internet search regarding alcoholic beverage consumption and what the Bible has to say. This one verse has really perplexed me because this is the only time I have seen a possible endorsement of intoxicating liquors in the Bible.
Question: I would like to chime in on the wine discussion. I believe the unfermented wine theory unravels with the pull of a thread. That thread is found when Jesus speaks a parable of wineskins.
Question: I haven’t finished reading your article, but wanted to thank you for writing this and your detailed research. I use to be an alcoholic. When people tell me that “it’s okay to drink just so it’s not in excess”, I tell them that “IT ONLY TAKES ONE DRINK TO BECOME AN ALCOHOLIC!”
(Reasons from the Bible) by Gary T. Panell “Then the LORD spoke to Aaron, saying: ‘Do not drink wine or intoxicating drink, you, nor your sons with you, when you go into the tabernacle of meeting, lest you die. It shall be a statute forever throughout your generations, that you may distinguish between holy and […]