Alcohol and the Bible


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“Alcohol and the Bible – Sobering Questions”

Before affirming you believe the recreational consumption of any amount of alcohol is morally and/or biblically OK for anyone, and before assuring yourself you have satisfactorily answered all the relevant questions on this issue, maybe you should at least take a look at some of the real-life, gut-wrenching, life-threatening “Sobering Questions” asked of you in this little book. Here are a few asked and answered in it.

Is alcohol a Drug? (If so, are you sure Jesus created 150 gallons of an intoxicating drug in John 2:1-11?) What is “Moderation?” Is it OK to become a little intoxicated? Is it OK to get drunk accidentally? Is it OK to drink hard liquors in moderation? Is it OK to recreationally and moderately use Marijuana or Cocaine? Is it OK to use any drug for purely recreational reasons? Is it OK to inject “alcohol” in the veins? Is it OK to drink booze at church fellowship dinners? Is it OK for kids to drink “adult beverages?” Is it OK for Christians to engage in any behavior as questionable as drinking alcohol? Aren’t these “Sobering Up Questions?” This Christian Author hopes and prays they are!

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.


  • Retail Price: $2.00
  • Author: Gerald N. Wright
  • Publisher: Sunset Institute Press
  • Published: 1986
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0-940999-23-6
  • Book Size: 47 Pages
  • Available Formats: Paperback
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