Nope, this is not entirely a faith related question I am looking for info. I am just curious. Regarding this Bible passage from the book of Acts:
After the apostles began to speak in different languages, the foreigners in Judaea react:
Was there in those days a happy hour? Or more appropriately: was it normal for people in Judaea or the Roman Empire to get drunk at a specific time? Also: the disciples of Jesus do not deny that they themselves could later drink like Cossacks. What was the view on getting drunk, at the right time, in the early Christian church?
[sub]Was it true that Cossacks were amazing drinkers?[/sub]