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Book 2 - Table of Contents

Lesson 1 - Book 2
Old Testament Hebrew Yayin

I. Our Problem Today

II. Yayin, A Hebrew Word with Two Meanings

III. Yayin Is Intoxicating Drink

IV. Yayin Is Probably Intoxicating in These Verses

V. God's Warning Against Intoxicating Yayin

VI. Drunkenness and Gluttony: Same Kind of Sin?

Lesson 2 - Book 2
Non-Alcoholic Hebrew Yayin

I. Yayin Means Grape Juice

II. Grape Juice Yayin: Symbol of Blessing and Love

Lesson 3 - Book 2
Grape juice Yayin in Daily Life

I. Yayin at Harvest Time Is Grape Juice

II. Bible People Used Grape Juice

Lesson 4 - Book 2
Yayin, Intoxicating or Sweet?

I. Yayin in Puzzling Verses

II. Yayin as an Offering to God

III. Yayin as a Figure of Speech

IV. Short Summary of the Study of Yayin

Lesson 5 - Book 2
Less Used Hebrew Words for Wine

I. Asas and Asis: Fresh Juice in the Millennium

II. Hamar, Hemer, Aramaic Hamar: Hand on a Wall

III. Masak, Mimsak, Mesek: Mixed and Diluted Wine

IV. Saba and Sobe: Grape Juice Diluted with Water

V. Ashishah: A Cake of Raisins

VI. Mamtaqqim: Drink the Sweet

Lesson 6 - Book 2
Old Testament Hebrew Tirosh

I. Tirosh Is Always Fresh Juice

II. Acts 2:13 in the Argument for Alcoholic Tirosh

III. Hosea 4 in the Argument for Alcoholic Tirosh

IV. Tirosh Is a Harvest Time Word

V. Tirosh Is a Blessing from God

VI. Tirosh Was a Tithe or Offering to God

VII. Tirosh Will Be a Blessing of God in the Future

VIII. A Short Summary of Tirosh

Lesson 7, Book 2
Part One: Hebrew Shakar

I. Shakar: Drunkenness from Alcoholic Drinks

II. Shakar: Drunkenness but Not from Alcohol

III. Shakar with Grape Juice and Water

IV. Shakar's Real Meaning: To Drink Deeply

V. Shakar: Drinking God's Judgment

VI. A Short Summary of the Verb Shaka

Part Two: Hebrew Shekar

VII. Shekar is Called Strong Drink

VIII. Bible Shekar Is Not Beer

IX. Shekar in Verses Giving the Law: the Priests

X. Shekar in Verses Giving the Law: the Nazirites

Lesson 8 - Book 2
The Hebrew Drink

V. Shekar in Verses Giving the Law: the Common Man

VI. Claims about Shekar in Deuteronomy 14

VII. Shekar in Hebrew Poetry in the Bible

VIII. Shekar in Books of History in the Bible

IX. A Summary of Shekar from Lessons 7 and 8

Lesson 9 - Book 2
Part One: Hebrew Shemarim

I. Shemarim as the Dregs of Alcoholic Wine

II. Shemarim as Long Preserved Grape Juice

III. Summary of the Meaning of Shemarim

Part Two: Wine Through the Ages

IV. Position I: Scripture Approves of Alcohol

V. Position II: Scripture Approves of Grape Juice

VI. A Final Summary

Book Two Bible References Appendix

 

 

   
 
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