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Drinking and Thinking: A Christian Approach to Alcohol

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  • Episode 1: Scriptural Formation – A Wide View of Thinking

Episode 1: Scriptural Formation – A Wide View of Thinking

Thursday 1st January 1970

Join the conversation about Christian beliefs regarding alcohol on the Drinking and Thinking podcast. Gain insights into scripture formation and how to think carefully and responsibly about alcohol.
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Drinking and Thinking: A Christian Approach to Alcohol
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Navigating Alcohol Dependency
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Drinking and Thinking: A Christian Approach to Alcohol - Understanding the Scripture Formation

You cannot love God or your neighbor properly when your mind is in a deeply altered state.
The Drinking and Thinking podcast offers a unique approach to understanding Christian beliefs regarding alcohol. In Episode 1, the hosts dive into scripture formation to gain insights into how to think carefully and responsibly about alcohol. The conversation starts with an exploration of the wide range of scriptural approaches to alcohol, emphasizing that having a drink of alcohol is not a sin, but an altered state of mind cannot lead to loving others properly.
The hosts further highlight the importance of taking a three-dimensional approach to understanding scripture, and not limiting oneself to only passages that directly mention alcohol. The conversation also touches on how alcohol can be a blessing when rightly used, but can also be misused. Throughout the episode, the hosts offer a balanced perspective on alcohol, emphasizing the importance of wisdom and love in engaging with it.
Listeners are encouraged to think biblically and carefully about their relationship with alcohol and to strive for wisdom and love in all their actions. Listen to the full episode now on alcoholfree.com.