Item description for Alcohol: A Family Destroyer (Christian Living) by Jerry Hull...
Overview This booklet describes the problems of alochol and alcoholism in America. Jerry Hull explains the terrible impact that this disease has upon the family and our communities. He uses a biblical approach to investigate this issue.
Publishers Description Help for those battling with alcholism personally or through family relationships. Helpful discussion provided on the Christian response to drinking. Paper.
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.07" Width: 4.26" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.12 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 1997
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Series Christian Living
ISBN 0834113864 ISBN13 9780834113862
Availability 0 units.
More About Jerry Hull
Jerry Hull is head of the Department of College in Nampa, Idaho. He is also the author of Living Out of the Mold and two guides in the Beacon Small-Group Bible Studies: Luke, Part 1 and Timothy-Titus.
Reviews - What do customers think about Alcohol: A Family Destroyer?
I rather like alcohol, you know. Feb 20, 1999
My heavy drinking makes it rather difficult to focus so I recommend a certain amount of caution in taking my opinion too authoritatively. That's not to say that I'm not rather important. Now, this book is primarily directed at those with a rather more Christian perspective than mine. I do enjoy a good bit of Evensong in chapel, but I don't believe in any of the God bit. This book. however, does. So it is perhaps slightly less of a symposium to the Dionysian joys of inebriation than would tickle my own personal sensibilities. It is, however, fairly cheap, so you can't go too far wrong with it. Now, of course, Jesus turned water into wine and whatnot; and everyone drinks at Communion, which is jolly good, but this book doesn't really endorse excessiveness. That is my main criticism.