No, you can't. Once the skin has been exposed to the wine and the yeasts, they become full of the specific bacterias for that wine. Adding new wine can lead to different flavors and bad tastes.
Asked in Inventions, History of Science
Why do old wineskin burst when you put in new wine?
because old wineskins go thru a fermenting process when they are first filled and then they becom hardned ...
Asked in Christianity, Jesus Christ
How did the basic teachings of Jesus combine with the Jewish traditions to make a new belief?
The teachings of Jesus were not combined with Jewish traditions to make a new belief. Jesus was clear in His teaching that he wasn't adding to what already existed. Matthew 9:17 Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else the wineskins break, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved." Paul also makes it clear in his letters that the old ways of Judaism have finished, for example: Galatians...
Asked in Christianity
What traditions did Christianity come out of and then shares the Ten Commandments with that faith?
You are thinking of Judaism. But Christianity did not really 'come out of' Judaism. Christianity is distinct from Judaism. Jesus warns His disciples about mixing the old and the new several times in the Gospels: Matthew 9:16 No one puts a piece of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; for the patch pulls away from the garment, and the tear is made worse. Matthew 9:17 Nor do they put new wine into old wineskins, or else the wineskins break, the wine is spilled, and...
Asked in The Bible
What is wrong with new wine in the Bible?
I think you are referring to this scripture: (Luke 5:36-39) 36 Further, he went on to give an illustration to them: "No one cuts a patch from a new outer garment and sews it onto an old outer garment; but if he does, then both the new patch tears away and the patch from the new garment does not match the old. 37 Moreover, no one puts new wine into old wineskins; but if he does, then the new wine will burst the wineskins,...
Asked in The Bible, Christianity
What was the Christian religion?
Christianity developed from Judaism. It is built on the same holy book, the Torah, with additions making the Torah the Old Testament and additions the New Testament. After Jesus was born, many declared him to be God's Son and this evolved into Christianity. Answer: Christianity is not a development of Judaism. Jesus said this: Mark 2:22 And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; or else the new wine bursts the wineskins, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But new wine...
Asked in Christianity
What are wineskins?
The leather containers used at the time to hold wine. They could not be reused as the gas pressure from fermentation the second time would burst them. The point isn't the wine skins actually. It's old wine and new wine. New wine still has to ferment. Old wine doesn't. So, if you fully fill up a skin that has had fermented old wine in it with new un-fermented wine as the new wine ferments and produces gasses, it will burst the skin...
Asked in Christianity, Judaism
How did Christianity develop from Judaism into a powerful independent religion?
The Christian acquisition of power came from the conversion of Emperor Constantine. Before that, it was a fledgling minority religion that was only slowly gaining converts. ...
Asked in Judaism, Catholicism, Jesus Christ
If Jesus was Jewish why do Catholics believe in him?
Christianity is not a Jewish religion. God's way of salvation through Jesus Christ is open to all who believe. God had chosen the nation of Israel as the people He would use to reveal Himself to the world and therefore Jesus was a Jew. God could have used the French or the Chinese or any other nation. Jesus made it clear He did not come to add to the existing Jewish religious system He came as a mediator of a 'new...
Asked in Game Consoles and Gaming Hardware
Do you have to make a new character when you got the word of warcraft expansion set?
No, You can continue from you're old character or you can make a new one. -Bingle No, You can continue from you're old character or you can make a new one. -Bingle ...
Asked in Stone Age
What were tools made from in the old and new stone age?
In the old and new stone age, they were made all from stone. However, in the new stone age, they started to make sharper blades and handles to make new tools. ...
Asked in John the Baptist
If John the Baptist acknowledge Jesus as the Son of God then why did John and his followers not follow Jesus but continued with his ministry?
John the Baptist was a forerunner sent to announce the coming of the Savior. He was not called to follow Jesus literally but to make Jesus' bride ready for Jesus. The forerunner in ancient Hebrew wedding customs was the friend of the bride groom, he ran ahead of the bridegroom when the bridegroom's father told him it was ok to go and get his bride, then the forerunner would go ahead of the bridegroom and announce to the bride that her bridegroom...
Why does gebu allow ranofer to work in the goldshop in the golden goblet?
he allows him to because he is getting gold from Ibni and the wineskins
Asked in The Sims 3
Can you make a new game without losing your old game in the sims 3?
Yes you can. When you are at the main menu where you choose to play your family you can choose to make a new town. Every game is town wide. You can not make a new family to play in your old town unless you want to lose the old family. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between old and new fashion?
New fashion is created and marketed to make you spend money. By the same process old fashion is merchandised as 'bad' to make you want new products. Make a statement and wear the cloths that you like not the ones that are fashionable. ...
Asked in Friendship
How can you make new friends but keep your old friends?
When you're going to meet your new friends take your old friends with you? Simply talk to new people and hang with them, but don't ignore your old friends. You should make new friends and keep the old because your old friends you can trust because they have been your friends longer and if your new friends don't like the old friend tell them that they have to deal with it just say 'Big woop'. ...
Asked in Christianity, Judaism
Is Judaism in Christianity?
NO. While Christians do use the Hebrew Bible, Christianity is a replacement theology which has removed the majority of Jewish interpretations and customary laws. Judaism remains entirely distinct in terms of culture, history, and traditions from Christianity. It does not recognize Jesus as anyone worthy of reverence (not a prophet, messiah, demigod, or God). ...