Sometimes it seems you see alcoholic beverages everywhere you look. What was once available only in liquor stores can now be found in many neighborhood grocery stores and even gas stations. It’s almost impossible to avoid. While drinking alcoholic beverages was once unthinkable in Christian circles, social drinking is on the rise today, even among Christians. Many pastors also endorse this practice. But what does the Bible say about drinking alcohol? Is it acceptable for Christians to drink wine? Can believers be a testimony in atmospheres where alcohol is served?
In Should Christians Drink Alcohol?, author Jill Walker explores these questions and more. She provides biblical evidence stating that Christians should abstain from drinking all alcoholic beverages. She also explains why eating where alcoholic beverages are served can be a bad choice. Walker shares personal stories and scriptural references with the intent of enlightening the hearts of others and challenging them to be completely abstinent.
This study and personal testimony consider questions about alcohol and faith, exhorting Christians to abstain from drinking altogether.