<h1>Mission of WWJB</h1>
This article summarizes the history of Alcohol in the Christian Church. We address the following periods within the Church:
- Scriptures: We start with the Holy Scriptures, where God provides His written word, and Jesus founded the Church
- Early Church Fathers: We examine the Early Church Fathers who led the Church in the first few Centuries after the New Testament Church
- Protestant Reformation: We review the leaders of the Reformation (late medieval period), a pivotal point in Christian history when the Church cleansed itself of non-Biblical and unethical practices.
- Post Reformation / Birth of United States: We review post-Reformation Church leaders to see how beer and alcohol were embraced during the foundation and growth of the United States.
WWJB in the News
- American Craft, Los Angeles: WWJB? Chris Watkins – Part 1
- Pirate Christian: Serve Beer to Attract Young People
- The Wisdom Daily: Church in Non-Traditional Spaces…Even Bars
- Paste Magazine: 7 Unexpected Places to Find Beer
- Noticias Cristas Atualizadas [Brazil]: Christians gather in bars to study the Bible and drinking beer
Wise Beer Quotes
The selling of bad beer is a crime against Christian love.
Beer is made by man, wine by God.
He was a wise man who invented beer
If God had intended us to drink beer, He would have given us stomachs.
Go, eat your food with gladness, and drink your wine with a joyful heart, for God has already approved what you do.
Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy
Don’t drink only water. You ought to drink a little wine for the sake of your stomach because you are sick so often.
1 Timothy 5:23
He makes…wine that gladdens human hearts.
If you are tired and downhearted, take a drink; but this does not mean being a pig and doing nothing but gorging and swilling… You should be moderate and sober; this means that we
should not be drunken, though we may be exhilarated. [Sermon on Soberness and Moderation]
God made yeast, as well as dough, and loves fermentation just as dearly as He loves vegetation
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Others drink to forget. Christians drink to remember.
God has a brown voice, as soft and full as beer.