Alcohol Today : Abstinence in an Age of Indulgence
Is the moderate use of alcohol for recreational purposes a way Christians can reach today's culture? Some believers in this postmodern era of indulgence say an attack on the prevalence of social drinking amounts to legalism worthy of the Pharisees. Dealing with one of the real hot-button issues in our land today, Peter Lumpkins explores the various views on drinking beverage alcohol. With a surgeon's precision he dissects them and then stitches them together to form a devasating argument against any use of this mind-altering drug. Lumpkins blends an exhaustive scholarly study with courageous conviction and reasonable obedience as he strikes a blow for total abstinence from alcohol. His definitive book is the first of its kind in many decades and is sure to stir debate from a wide variety of sectors.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 139.7 x 213.36 x 15.24mm | 226.8g
- 01 Jun 2009
- HANNIBAL BOOKS
- Garland, United States
- black & white illustrations