A re-examination of the subject of Bible wines is
long overdue. In the last fifty years
small pamphlets and tracts have appeared but none of them have been sufficient
to meet all the questions that conflict the average Bible student. During the nineteenth century numerous
articles were published in magazines and in book form, both in America and in
Britain, dealing with the Hebrew and Greek words rendered wine and strong drink
in our English versions and showing how these words as times could not possibly
refer to fermented beverage.
Unfortunately, these works are no longer available. That there are questions that need answers is
apparent to anyone who makes a mere cursory study of the Bible and wine.
Hardcover, 165 Pages