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Author Name    Patton, William

Title   BIBLE WINES or THE LAWS OF FERMENTATION AND WINES OF THE ANCIENTS [1871 Reprint] $12.99 SALE 7.99

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   NEW

Publisher    SPBI

Seller ID   5411

SCRIPTURE INDEX + GENERAL INDEX. In the year 1820 an American pastor by the name of William Patton set out on a journey to find the truth about alcohol as far as the scriptures of the Bible were concerned. All around him there was drunkenness and crime directly associated with its’ use. He assembled a sermon on the subject and preached it on September 17, 1820. The result of that sermon caused much uproar and even personal threats to him by the sellers of alcohol. He then gathered a number of his minister friends who went into the city of New York (where he pastored) and viewed the situation first hand. What they saw shook them and motivated him to see first-hand if the Bible truly condones the use of alcohol even in moderate quantities. What he found will be the subject of this study. I trust that you too are a seeker of truth as he was. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.’ John 8:32 (KJV) Truth is not a shaky thing that can be easily overturned or proved incorrect, but it is something that when examined closely will show its’ truths for all to see. It doesn’t need to be propped up with hearsay or helped along, but truth stands alone by itself with only the need for an honest heart to listen to it. When it finds that honest heart great and exciting things happen because there is more to truth than knowledge, there is experience. The truth, on the subject of Bible Wines can and will set every honest hearted person free from the chains of darkness. I pray that you will approach this study with an honest heart and that it will be a catalyst of great change for the better.

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