Asked in New Testament, Jesus Christ
What year did Jesus walk on water?
It wasn't identified exactly in the Bible the year on which JESUS walk on the water but we can say it was perhaps year 33 as JESUS walkes on the water after His resurrection from the death when He appeared to His disciples,and as known that JESUS died when He was 33 years old so we can guess that His resurrection and His appearanace to His disciples was in year 33. ...
Asked in The Bible, New Testament, Jesus Christ
What was Jesus' message of turninig water to wine?
Jesus is saying that he approves of folks having a good (not rowdy, good) time, and he took steps to make sure his friend was not embarrassed. In addition, this shows his mastery over nature, and his willingness to do up close and personal what God does every year. (God has arranged things so that the contents of grapes, which is mostly water, will change into winne when properly cared for). ...
Asked in Catholicism
How can a priests change the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ?
According to Archbishop Michael J. Sheehan in the May 1995 issue of The People of God - the newspaper of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, N.M. " I am deeply concerned about the inaccurate and distorted views of the Eucharist apparently held by many of our people. I believe it is important to clearly understand the correct doctrine; then, to live according to that doctrine ....Our Catholic teaching that the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Jesus, not bread and wine,...
Asked in Air Travel, France
How old do you have to be to drink wine in France?
The age of selling is to 18 year olds and over, children in France do more casually drink weak wine. (a little wine with lots-some of water added) at home maybe with dinner. ...
Asked in Christianity, New Testament, Jesus Christ
How do christians celebrate the the death and resurrection of Jesus?
Easter is the accepted time when Christians remember the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. Many times throughout the year, Christians take part in the Lord's Supper, where through the breaking of bread and drinking of "wine" they commemorate Jesus' sacrifice. ...
Asked in Wine and Champagne
When selling wine what does the term vintage signify?
Whether you are selling wine or not, a vintage wine means that the wine has a year on the bottle. In the US, vintage wines typically contain 100% of grapes harvested that year. However, they are only required to contain 85% grapes from the vintage year. Few American wines are sold as anything but a vintage wine. Champagne and sparkling wine are typicaly exceptions. Champagnes are rarely vintage and they are blended to maintain consistency in their taste from year to year. ...
Why does the date of Jesus' resurrection change each year?
In Western Christianity, the annual day that the resurrection of JESUS is observed is on the Sunday immediately following the Jewish Paschal Full Moon (meaning Passover) date of the year. ...
What is a vintage wine and a nonvintage wine?
Vintage is the term used to refer to the year in which the grapes were grown. In the United States wineries are allowed to blend in some wine from other years. However, 85% of the volume must be from the year that is on the label. If you don't see the year on the label, it is not a vintage wine. ...
What year did Jesus turn water into wine?
The Scripture does not state a date explicitly but there are some clues. Most scholars today would say that Jesus was born in the Autumn of 5/4 BC. In Luke 3:23 it says He is 30 years old and beginning His ministry near the Spring Passover approaching - having called His disciples and been baptized by John the Baptist. The story of changing the water into wine is found in John 2 where He and His disciples have just entered Cana in...
Asked in Alcoholic Beverages, Wine and Champagne
What is vintage wine?
The word "Vintage" simply means a season's yield of wine from a vineyard. Any wine has its vintage. For example, Chardonnay 2005 is the vintage of year 2005. The Vintage section of your wine store usually offers the best wines for each vintage (or year). Vintage wine means that all of the juice comes from one specific year. If the juice comes from different years, it is classified as non-vintage. ...