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Intoxicating wine and the eucharist in Victorian Methodism (book)

Jennifer Lynn Woodruff Tait, The Poisoned Chalice: Eucharistic Grape Juice and Common-Sense Realism in Victorian Methodism (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, forthcoming 2011). Based on her 2005 Duke University dissertation.  The author is adjunct professor for distance education at the programs of Asbury Theological Seminary, Huntingdon University, Southwestern College, and United Theological Seminary.

Posted by David Fahey on August 22, 2010 at 04:47 PM in Books, Religion, Temperance, Wine | Permalink