Christianity.com: Are Christians allowed to drink alcohol?-Zach Schlegel

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  • 2012-03-26T15:40:24

Alcohol is intoxicating, irrespective of the quantity - could make one behave irrationally, possibly misbehave. It is fascinating - diverts people's attention from the reality of life, possibly truth. What then is the justification of this man made tempter, that changes one's spirit, that most times lead it's captives to evil; to become friend of man to the extent of being depended upon for any reason. I believe we should do away with it totally.

  • 2012-01-09T08:58:14

Yeah, not freediom to drink but doing what is loving! Not letting your brother stumble by what you do!

  • 2011-12-16T19:56:40

Jesus did say He drank wine...Read LUKE 7:31-35 look at verses 33 & 34 Jesus says: "For John the Baptist came neither eating bread or drinking wine; and yes say, He has a devil. 34. The Son of man is come eating and drinking; and yes say, Behold a gluttonous man, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners!

  • 2011-12-11T08:00:44

The Bible tells us not to get drunk. It's hard not to get drunk when one drinks. Abstinence from drinking alcohol is the best policy for all honest Christians. Abstinence from alcohol also saves us a lot of potential disasters. Same as shopping on Sundays. We encourage non-believers and believers alike not to worship God by helping their business flourish on the Lord's Day by shopping or dining out on Sunday. Drinking alcohol and shopping(and all other activities where services from others are rendered that are non-emergency by nature) on Sunday dishonor God and practically weaken or destroy the witness of Christianity. Any Christian who wishes revival should stop doing business(buying included) on Sundays.

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