Should Christians Drink Alcohol?

Andy Naselli —  February 4, 2014 — 2 Comments

At the end of 2013, my colleague Joe Rigney skillfully answered that question in BCS chapel with reference to Christian liberty and love:

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Related:

  1. John Piper on Alcohol Consumption
  2. The Conscience: What It Means and Five Reasons It Matters
  3. How to Disagree with Other Christians about Disputable Matters
  4. More Helpful Resources from Joe Rigney
  5. Update on 3/22/2014: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary describes this as “unacceptable conduct”: “Any consumption of alcoholic beverages while enrolled as a student at Southeastern . . . any consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages on campus or in campus housing.” Danny Akin, Nathan Finn, and Mark Liederbach thoughtfully discussed this policy on 9/11/2013.

2 responses to Should Christians Drink Alcohol?

  1. Seems to be a common topic of conversation these days!

    Here’s a recent session from SEBTS with Danny Akin and Nathan Finn.

    And here’s an interesting Moody interview with Mike Harding and a pastor who is also a brewer (MP3).

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