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The Wrath of Grapes: Drinking and the Church Divided

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Hardcover, 135 pages
Published February 1st 1988 by Baker Publishing Group (MI)
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Jeff Short
Bustanoby's books is a helpful contribution to studying the issue of wine from the Bible. He helps to clear up some of the myths and erroneous conclusions on both sides of this issue, which cloud many discussions of it. He presents a moderationist view and ably defends it as the scriptural view. He spends time on exegetical and lexical work with words used and the meaning of relevant biblical passages. He echoes the condemnation and warning from scripture concerning drunkenness or the abuse of a ...more
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