1 Frederick William Danker and Walter Bauer, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2000), 854.
3 Several of which are available at most supermarket checkout stands in our own country.
4 We can be certain that, in the wicked and terrifying days of the tribulation, ungodly men will turn to intoxicants and drugs far more than ever in history. . . . The great demand for intoxicants and drugs in these coming days will surely be further stimulated by the ungodly and covetous merchants who profit so greatly from them.Henry Morris, The Revelation Record (Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1983), Rev. 18:13.
6 Concerning prohibitions against witchcraft and sorcery: Ex. Ex. 22:18; Lev. Lev. 19:26, Lev. 19:31; Deu. Deu. 18:10; 2Chr. 2Chr. 33:6; Isa. Isa. 8:19; Isa. 19:3; Isa. 44:25; Acts Acts 16:16; Gal. Gal. 5:20; Rev. Rev. 18:23+; Rev. 21:8+; Rev. 22:15+.