Alcohol is a drug in liquid form in the same way that cough syrup that contains codeine is a drug in liquid form AND like coffee contains a DRUG (caffeine) in liquid form.

Wikipedia states, “Caffeine is a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that acts as a psychoactive stimulant drug and a mild diuretic.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caffeine

So why do we put alcohol and (coffee) in a different category when we use the termilogoy “alcohol and drugs”? Isn’t that redundant since alcohol is a drug?

Socially, alcohol is acceptable.

Legally, it is approved so long as you don’t harm others while it is in your system.

Biblically, God says not to be drunk with wine which leads to utter ruin, and He warns us in many ways of the real and devastating consequences of drunkenness throughout the Scriptures.

What is at the “heart” of our using the terms that we use in modern society? Are we trying to convey truth or are we deceiving ourselves?

-Mark (Remembering that words are important because by our words we will be justified and by our words we will be condemned)

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