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Sour Wine, Hyssop, and Jesus’ Crucifixion

During the cold of this past winter, we did get out to go to our church to read aloud and discuss a few of the books in the Bible. One thing that struck me was the many references to vineyards and wine in Revelation, Ecclesiastes and Esther. Today many celebrate Good Friday when Jesus was offered a sponge soaked with wine. If you ever wondered about wine and vineyards in the Bible, read Meghan Sullivan’s articles in the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly. In the current edition (p. 14) Meghan discusses Sour Wine, Hyssop, and Jesus’ Crucifixion.

Previous articles can be read in previous editions of the Quarterly. They can also be found at the Wine in the Bible section of the Wine Trail Traveler publication. These articles include:

Laborers in the Vineyard God’s Generosity: Interpreting the Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard
The Wisdom of Wine A Study of Wine in Wisdom Literature
Wine-Related Nicknames Vine-Symbolism in Early Syriac Christianity
Remembering and Hoping Passover and the Last Supper
The Divine Winemaker The Wedding at Cana
Dionysus– Just the God of Wine?


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