PMT 2017-038 By Mischelle Sandowich (Reformed Health)
Note from Ken Gentry:
When I have posted articles on the Christian and alcoholic beverages (as an aspect of the Christian worldview), I have received a good number of email inquiries. Apparently there is an interest in the question, so once again I will post an article on the topic by my friend Mischelle Sandowich.
As Christians with liberty, we are free to drink alcohol under three conditions:
• Abstain from drunkenness
• Avoid alcohol addiction
• Do not harm a weaker brother
We’ve addressed Christian Liberty and Drunkenness here and now we will consider Christian Liberty and Alcohol Addiction. Continue reading
PMT 2017-017 by Mischelle Sandowich (Reformed Health)
Wine is often used in Scripture to symbolize the joy and abundance of the eschatological hope of God’s people.
Isaiah 25:6-7: “The LORD of hosts will prepare a lavish banquet for all peoples on this mountain; A banquet of aged wine, choice pieces with marrow, And refined, aged wine. And on this mountain He will swallow up the covering which is over all peoples, Even the veil which is stretched over all nations.”
Isaiah 27:1-2: “In that day the LORD will punish Leviathan the fleeing serpent, With His fierce and great and mighty sword, Even Leviathan the twisted serpent; And He will kill the dragon who lives in the sea. 2 In that day, A vineyard of wine, sing of it!” Continue reading
PMT 2013-034b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
I have been interviewed on Christian radio programs regarding the Christian an alcoholic beverages. I will post a synopsis of one interview I had awhile back.
Aren’t there two kinds of wine in Scripture? Continue reading
PMT 2013-08b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Below is a study on biblical evidence of the righteous partaking of wine. Continue reading
PMT 2013-008b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Below is a study on the alcoholic nature of wine in the Bible. Continue reading
PMT 2013-007b by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.
Below is a study of three Christian views on alcohol consumption. Continue reading