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    Eight Biblical Drunks

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    Eight Biblical Drunks examines the topic of drunkenness in scripture proving the outcome of consuming too much alcohol always has detrimental effects. Explored are eight specific examples of drunkards (both spiritually and literally) from Noah to the Ninevites that all Christian Identists can learn from. This sermon proves that all things must be in moderation and getting "plastered" is idolatry.

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    Re: Eight Biblical Drunks

    Eight Biblical Drunks [2013] examines the topic of drunkenness in scripture proving the outcome of consuming too much alcohol always has detrimental effects. Explored are eight specific examples of drunkards (both spiritually and literally) from Noah to the Ninevites that all Christian Identists can learn from. This sermon proves that all things must be in moderation and getting "plastered" is idolatry.



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    The example of Noah for the sermon is chosen inappropriately, imho. Noah was a righteous man in his generation, which was the whole humanity before the Flood, 16 billion people. Noah drank wine made of the fruit of his vineyard, and slept in his tent, and was not a drunkard. The Bible does not warn against drinking wine and sleeping, which Lord Jesus Christ and other righteous men, including Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, did, and which is not regarded as strong drink, although the Bible praises men who do not drink wine. Lord God Jehovah did not regard drinking wine by Noah as a sin, nor punished Noah for drinking wine: the devil that seduced Ham took an opportunity for Ham to commit a sin, but Ham would have sinned anyway. Therefore, drinking wine and sleeping, if not done all the time, is not a sin in itself and is not appropriate to be warned against, imho. Christians are not muslims, and can enjoy wine and sleep, just as Noah and Lord Jesus Christ did.
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    Eight Biblical Drunks – Jeromy Visser @ Covenant People's Ministry

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    Eight Biblical Drunks [2013] examines the topic of drunkenness in scripture proving the outcome of consuming too much alcohol always has detrimental effects. Explored are eight specific examples of drunkards (both spiritually and literally) from Noah to the Ninevites that all Christian Identists can learn from. This sermon proves that all things must be in moderation and getting "plastered" is idolatry.



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