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Book 3 - Table of Contents
Alcohol in the Bible Book 3

Lesson 1 - Book 3
NEW TESTAMENT GREEK OINOS

I.    Greek Oinos Has Two Meanings

II.   Old Testament and New Testament, God Is the Same

III.  Matthew 11: Christ Called a Drunkard

IV.  Three Parables that Tell about Vineyards or Drunkenness

Lesson 2 - Book 3
THE LORD'S SUPPER

I.   Jesus'Words, "The Fruit of the Vine"

II.  The Passover Feast and the Lord's Supper

III. Jesus is the Passover Lamb

IV. Jesus Used Grape Juice at the Lord's Table

Lesson 3 - Book 3
WINE IN MARK AND LUKE

I.   Oinos at the Cross

II.  No Wine or Strong Drink: John the Baptist

III. New Wine, Oinos Neos, in Old Wineskins

IV.  Did Jesus Say, "The Old Wine Is Better?"

V.  The Laborer Worth of His Hire

VI.  The Good Samaritan

VII.  The Rich Farmer

VIII.  The Days of Noah

IX.  Christ's Warning Against Alcohol


Lesson 4 - Book 3
OINOS IN JOHN: THE WEDDING WINE

I.   Jesus Made Oinos at Cana

II.  Five Major Assumptions about These Verses

III. The Miracle at Cana

IV. A Sample Sermon: Jesus Made Alcoholic Wine

Lesson 5 - Book 3
PART I: GLEUKOS IN ACTS

I.   New Wine at Pentecost: Acts 2:13

II.  The Meaning of Gleukos

III. The Mockers' Words; The Believers' Testimony

IV. Peter's Answer to the Mockers

PART II: WORDS ABOUT ALCOHOL DRINKING

I.  Methuo: Filled to Satisfaction

II.  Asotia: Unsavable

III. Sophron: Sober, Abstinent

IV. Nepho and Nephalios: Physical Abstinence

V. Enkrateia: Power to Abstain

Lesson 6 - Book 3
ABSTAIN: ACTS. ROMANS AND I CORINTHIANS

I.  Temperance in Acts; Drunkenness in Romans

II.   The Law of Love: Is Alcohol Included?

III.  Serious Words about Christian Fellowship

IV. Converted Drunkards in I Corinthians

V. The Law of Love in I Corinthians

Lesson 7 - Book 3
DRINKING IN I CORINTHIANS, GALATIANS

I.   Two Kinds of Abstainers from Alcohol

II.   Athletes Don't Drink Alcohol

III.  The Lord's Table Meeting at Corinth

IV. Drunkenness and Temperance in Galatians


Lesson 8 - Book 3

THE HEBREW DRINK

I.  Not Drunk with Wine: Ephesians 5:18

II.   Moderation in Philippians 4:5

III.  Let No Man Judge You: Colossians 2:16

IV. Be Sober: I Thessalonians 5:6,7,8


Lesson 9 - Book 3

THE USE OF WINE BY ELDERS AND DEACONS

I.  Qualifications for Elders in I Timothy 3:2,3

II. A Little Wine for the Stomach: I Timothy 5:23

III.  Deacons, Not Given to Much Wine: I Timothy 3:8

IV. Wives of Church Leaders: I Timothy 3:11

V. Every Creature of God Is Good: I Timothy 4:4

VI. Paul's Charge to Timothy: II Timothy 4:5

Lesson 10 - Book 3
WINE IN TITUS, PETER, REVELATION

I.  Qualifications for Elders in I Timothy 3:2,3

II. The Christian Testimony of Aged Men: Titus 2:2

III. The Testimony of Aged Women: Titus 2,3

IV. The Testimony of Young People: Titus 2:4,6

V. Peter, Be Perfectly Sober: I Peter 1:13

VI.. The Old Life and the New Life: I Peter 4

VII. The Devil Can Swallow You Down: I Peter 5:8

VIII. Qualities for Moral Excellence: II Peter 1:6 

IX. Nine Verses about Oinos in Revelation    

 

   
 
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