No, in a good sense, because alcohol is the root of sin in the Christian faith.
Jesus Christ did not drink wine, nor did John the Baptist and Paul. And, in fact, Jesus did a little of all these things, but also did not drink wine.
Some scholars tell us that the Apostle Paul, “who was a Jew, did not use wine or any alcoholic drink” (1 Cor. 15:50). But when he drank alcohol, it was not of this sort. What he did use was water – which Jesus Christ had taught to be the purest of all beverages, in 1 Cor. 15:36-37:
“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not drink wine or strong drink’ … Now I say to you: You must not drink alcohol, you or your sons or your daughters,
nor any of the products of the earth or of the fruit of the vine or of the tree which is in the midst of the garden.”
Jesus Christ was the author of the Word of God to the Bible. It is therefore no surprise that the Word of God teaches us what is right to do, what is not, and what to abstain from.
But the Bible also admonishes us that it is our responsibility to take care of our bodies, to be mindful of the fact that we are not made in the image of God and we must take care of our health when we are exposed to certain types of physical factors that may be harmful in our everyday lives, such as excessive weight gain and dieting, tobacco use, and excessive sleepiness. The Bible advises us to be wise “about the weight of your bodies” (1 Pet. 2:21).
“Every man is a temple of the Lord [John 3:16].”
How can Christians drink alcohol?
In one sense, drinking alcohol is an indulgence of a sinful mind. For example, God’s word commands us to “drink wine with strong drink, and do not despise them” (1 Tim. 6:16). Christians are supposed to drink to quench our thirst for Christ’s true worship. The more wine, the more wine we need.
But in another sense, the practice of alcohol consumption goes against Christian principles. Alcohol is a sinful beverage. For the sake of his body, Paul warned, “I beg you, brothers, not to drink the dew of the vine,” (1 Cor. 15
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