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Worldliness. Worldliness. Drinking. Drinking & Drunkenness Is a Problem Nearly As Old As Man. Noah got drunk (Gen. 9:20-ff) Lot got drunk (Gen. 19:30-38). We all know that drunkenness is a sin But, what about social drinking – in moderation? “Responsible drinking”?

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    1. Worldliness

    2. Worldliness Drinking

    3. Drinking & Drunkenness Is a Problem Nearly As Old As Man • Noah got drunk (Gen. 9:20-ff) • Lot got drunk (Gen. 19:30-38) We all know that drunkenness is a sin But, what about social drinking – in moderation? “Responsible drinking”? Occasional beer or wine?

    4. Point Is Social Drinking Is A Sinful Act

    5. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness

    6. It Is Drunkenness • Bible Condemns Drunkenness • Eph. 5:18 • Gal. 5:19-21; 1 Cor. 6:9-11 • Social Drinking Is Drunkeness • “Drunk” – “to grow drunk… the process of the state…” (Vines) • Contrast: 1 Thess. 5:6-9 • If takes 5 beers to make you drunk, 1= 1/5 • Leads to a greater state

    7. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink

    8. It Is Strong Drink • Strong Drink Is Condemned • Prov. 20:1 • Drinks Today Are Strong – By Comparison • Palestine wines: 5% - 8% • Distilled – 45% - 50% • Malt – 4% - 6%, 10% • Wines – 10% - 14%

    9. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink III. It Is Harmful

    10. It Is Harmful • Harms The Body • Alcohol is poison • Narcotic – Drug • Damage to the Brain • Sinful To Harm The Body • 1 Cor. 6:19-20 • Steward to take care of the Body belongs to God.

    11. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink III. It Is Harmful IV. Drinking Is Condemned

    12. Drinking Is Condemned • 1 Pet. 4:3 • “Banqueting” – Drinking • “The drinking bout, the banquet,… not of necessity excessive.” (Trench, 225) • 1 Pet. 5:8 • “Sober” • “Free from influence of intoxicants” (Vines) • Means to abstain (Donnagan’s Lexicon)

    13. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink III. It Is Harmful IV. Drinking Is Condemned V. Influences Others

    14. Influences Others • Moderate Social Drinking • Major cause of recruiting new drinkers • Not the drunk, alcoholic. • Matthew 18:6-7

    15. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink III. It Is Harmful IV. Drinking Is Condemned V. Influences Others VI. Arguments Made To Justify Social Drinking

    16. Arguments Make To Justify • John 2:1-11 – Water into Wine • No evidence fermented

    17. “Wine” (Greek: Oinos) Fermented (Alcohol Content) Eph. 5:18 “drunk with wine” Unfermented (No Alcohol Content) Matt. 9:17 Mark 2:22 “new wine in new bottles”

    18. Arguments Make To Justify • John 2:1-11 – Water into Wine • No evidence fermented • If justifies social drinking – justifies excessive • 1 Timothy 5:23 – Drink A Little Wine • Wine - does not have to be fermented • For Medical purposes. • 1 Timothy 3:8 – Not Given To Much Wine • Assumes can have a little • Forbidding excess does not justify less

    19. Drinking I. It Is Drunkenness II. It Is Strong Drink III. It Is Harmful IV. Drinking Is Condemned V. Influences Others VI. Arguments Made To Justify Social Drinking