Bible Wines: The Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients

Bible Wines: The Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients

by Dr. William Patton

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Overview

This book, 1st published in 1874, will solidify the truth concerning alcohol in the Bible.

This excellent little book, “Bible Wines: On, The Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients” by Dr. William Patton was published in 1874. It was highly recommended by Dr. Bruce Lackey, who is now deceased, in his booklet, “What the Bible Teaches About Drinking Wine,” published in 1985.

He said:

“More than a hundred years ago, this preacher was the only one in the town where he lived who believed in total abstinence. He saw that it was necessary to make an extensive study to see what scripture taught. This book is the result of that labor and is the very best thing I have ever read on the subject.”

Considering the current scourge of alcohol abuse in 2020, amplified by the Covid 19 pandemic, we are republishing this helpful treatise. Stray marks in the work are secondary to the age of the document and other artifacts.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781735145471
Publisher: Old Paths Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 07/17/2020
Series: 1 , #1
Pages: 150
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

D.D. from England, which means it is an earned degree, not an awarded honorary degree.

Table of Contents

Introduction

History

The Question

Fermentation, Laws of

Warm Climate and Sweet Fruits

Palestine a Hot Climate

Sweet is the Natural Taste

Fruits Preserved

Fermentation Prevented-Authorities

Methods used by the Ancient&-Boiling or Inspissating, Filtration, Subdeuce, Fumigation

Ancients ca11ed these Wine

Wines mixed with Water

The Scriptures & Generic Words

Other Hebrew Words

Greek, Latin, and English Generic Words

Classification of Texts-Bad Wine, Good Wine • The Wine of Egypt

New Wine and Old Bottles

Christ Eating and Drinking

The Lord's Sapper

Texts In Mark and Luke examined

Wedding Wine at Cana

Pentecost Scene, Acts Ii. IS

Stumbling-blocks, Rom. xiv. 13

Expediency 89

Temperance 101

Lord's Supper at Corinth • 101

Various Texts examined • 107

Charge to Timothy," Not Given to Wine." . 110

Paul's Permission to Timothy to use" A Little Wine"

Charge to Deacons 115

Fermented Wine not a Creature of God. 115

Various Texts examined • 120

Testimonies-Professor George Bush, Doctor E. Nott, Professor Moses

Stuart, Albert Barnes, and Herrick Johnson

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