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Should Christians Drink?: The Case for Total Abstinence
What are the biblical arguments which have convinced the overwhelming majority of Bible believers for the last two centuries that the Lord wants His people to abstain? What are the great differences between the wine production of Bible times and the industry of today? Here is vital information on a topic slipping out of attention.
Paperback, 110 pages
Published January 1st 1992 by Wakeman Trust
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I tried very hard to give this a fair shot. The tone of this book suggests it is a nail in the coffin to alcohol consumption but it delivers only a weak, hail mary. One major argument is based on speculation leveled before any Scripture is examined and the other is inconsistent with the rest of the way Christians are called to live in the world. Could have made a better case by arguing that abstinence isn't the law, but may be wise. Beneficial, even if drinking is acceptable.