• Title: Wine in the Bible and the Church
  • Author: G.I. Williamson
  • ISBN: 9780875525471
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wine in the Bible and the Church Does the Bible condone the use of wine G I Williamson gives a brief survey of the movement to ban wine and asks How is it that so many Protestant churches became such ardent supporters of the Tempera
    Does the Bible condone the use of wine G.I Williamson gives a brief survey of the movement to ban wine, and asks How is it that so many Protestant churches became such ardent supporters of the Temperance movement He then focuses on the use of wine in the Bible, its place in church history, and the theological problems posed by the temperance movement.

    One Reply to “Wine in the Bible and the Church”

    1. Very good and helpful work. Easy to read and straight to the point. Williamson takes the reader to the most commonly appealed to passages and arguments of the prohibitionists and provides a solid handling of the passages thereby proving their positions to be based upon a misunderstanding and wrong application of those passages. Also has some helpful counsel for those who took vows of abstinence in the past.

    2. Clear and concise with solid and thorough argumentation. I would definitely recommend this book to any proponent of abstinence from wine for supposed biblical reasons.

    3. Didn't expect this much wisdom and knowledge from a book so short. Very very good job of presenting a biblical case.

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