I am sure this will step on some toes, and believe me, I though long and hard about asking this .... but from what I am hearing, in my most-recent poll on drinking, and from past OPs and polls on drinking .... it is quite clear to me, that Catholics and Baptists are not against social drinking. Of course, that comparison can be said about most of the Protestant churches today! Lutherans, Presbyterians, Episcopalians, etc., are not opposed to social drinking! The only thing that separates these main-stream churches from the Baptist is that the Baptist organization has not yet allowed alcohol to be sold on the premises of the church. Nevertheless, if the mind-set of Baptist continues going in the direction, it is headed regarding social drinking, I do not see drinking on the very premises they are also sitting on, can't be too far behind! So, what do you think? Is it only a matter of time before social drinking manifests itself at church functions?