Christians and Alcohol: An Abstinent View

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TylerR's picture

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The point of this article, however, is to present the other view on alcohol – the one calling for a higher standard, the one where the Christian can never be alcohol's victim or fall prey to regret for its use, the one that humbly sets the best example in a world of substance addictions and other related perils, the one that calls for total abstinence of its recreational use. Too much is at stake to for any other position.

I wholeheartedly agree on this score. 

Tyler is a pastor in Olympia, WA and an Investigations Manager with a Washington State agency. He's the author of the book What's It Mean to Be a Baptist?

David R. Brumbelow's picture

Thanks, Jim. 

And thanks for posting the article, Christians and Alcohol: An Abstinent View." 

In my humble opinion, Mark Creech is an outstanding writer.  Hope everyone reads his article. 

Hope they will check out ACAP as well.

David R. Brumbelow

dmicah's picture

While I disagree with the author's reasoning and conclusions, it was a thoughtful approach to how he has arrived at his personal convictions. Well done.