Christians and alcohol

Christians and alcohol

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Since: Dec 12

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#1 Dec 21, 2012
Can a true christian continue to drink alcohol?
Dr Phil

Fairmont, WV

#2 Dec 21, 2012
yes

Since: Oct 10

Sutton, WV

#3 Dec 21, 2012
Only if it is wine made from just water by a long haired hippie.
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more then her

Clarksburg, WV

#5 Dec 21, 2012
there is more people then her that gets drunk on Saturday Night and then gets up and go to church on Sunday morning or they curse like a sailor then go to church and act like a ggody to shoes I know a few that does it every Sunday.
I dont get it

Summersville, WV

#6 Dec 21, 2012
What is so bad about drinking and having a good time as long as you don't get crazy and harm others?
meredith

Franklin, NC

#7 Dec 22, 2012
Some religions use actual wine for communion such as Catholics, Episopoals, and Lutherans. Are you saying they are not christians? Alcohol in moderation has been cited by medical people as actually being beneficial to health--are doctors not christians. I say let each person decide if they want to drink alcohol and what their religious beliefs accept or reject. Judge not lest ye be judged. Merry Christmas to all.

Since: Dec 12

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#8 Dec 22, 2012
I wasn't passing judgment. I personally abstain and believe all should. As for Dr. saying it is OK, I don't worship doctors, nor believe that any alcohol is good for you.
meredith

Franklin, NC

#9 Dec 23, 2012
Where in the bible does it say alcohol is a sin?
It says Jesus turned water into wine--aka alcohol.
It does say it is a sin to get drunk but not to drink wine or alcohol. Phantom, you are judging when you say you think all should abstain from alcohol.
simpleobserver

Fincastle, VA

#10 Dec 26, 2012
I think that if I was wondering if drinking alcohol was a sin I would not being using this forum as a resource for sound viable answers.
JesusFreak

United States

#11 Dec 31, 2012
The wine people drank back then was the equivalence of today's grape juice. Alcohol is a sin, end of story. People who say different are just compromising their faith.
mom

Springfield, NJ

#12 Jan 17, 2013
There's only one true judge in the end!
alonghair

United States

#13 Jan 20, 2013
JesusFreak wrote:
The wine people drank back then was the equivalence of today's grape juice. Alcohol is a sin, end of story. People who say different are just compromising their faith.
Where in the Bible does it say the wine was equivalent to grape juice ? I think you may be preaching false scripture.
JesusFreak

United States

#14 Jan 20, 2013
alonghair wrote:
<quoted text>Where in the Bible does it say the wine was equivalent to grape juice ? I think you may be preaching false scripture.
There is this thing called history, people that are actually intelligent, and studying.(:
alonghair

United States

#15 Jan 20, 2013
You nor any of those intelligent people can quote scripture saying that the wine they drank back then was equivalent to grape juice.
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Skylar

Summersville, WV

#17 Jan 30, 2013
Jesus freak is right the alcohol the had back then is not what we have today. It is written in history and they teach it in every church I have ever attended.
Fatty

New York, NY

#18 Feb 1, 2013
they can only drink wine. ;-)

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