Rausch Bibel - Buzz Bible | 2013
The book provides an overview of and an insight into alcohol consumption while focusing on people in their early twenties partying. The structure and text types of The Holy Bible roughly served as a template. The Old Testament of this book primarily contains theoretical background about alcohol and its account in our society. In The New Testament, the drunkenness is abstractly analyzed. In addition, the Apocrypha show contents deviating from the "dogmatic" view of the western culture on alcohol.
Reading through 220 pages can occasionally arouse a thirst. In that case you can refresh yourself a bit after the hard work is done and further explore the phenomenon of drunkenness on your own.
Created during the winter semester 2012/13 at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg–Schweinfurt under the supervision of Prof. Gertrud Nolte.