Item description for WHY TRUE BIBLICAL CREATIONISTS BELIEVE THAT JESUS DID NOT MAKE ALCOHOL! by Leighton Campbell...
Overview Using the clear literal truths established in the Creation account as its foundation, this material unequivocally declares that the wine that Jesus made from water was in fact pure unfermented grape juice!
Publishers Description This book shows that the account of Creation given to us by God in the Book of Genesis simply does not allow anyone claiming to be a Biblical Creationist in the true sense of the word, to accept that our Lord could have made wine that consisted of alcohol. This study reveals that there are parallels that can be drawn from the almost universal acceptance of the evolutionary or semi-evolutionary world view by many Christians, that it took God millions of years to Create everything instead of 6 literal 24 hour days, to their world view adopted from unbelievers, that when the Bible speaks of wine it is always of the alcoholic nature. Instead it shows us that contrary to the views of many Christians and indeed unbelievers, the notion that good wine has to be fermented or alcoholic is indeed erroneous and evolutionary in concept Using the clear literal truths established in the Creation account as its foundation, this material unequivocally declares that the wine that Jesus made from water was in fact pure unfermented grape juice Leighton Campbell is a member of a Fundamental, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Church. He has served in youth ministries and evangelism. He is currently active in the teaching ministry. He is married to Jennifer and they have three children.
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