Ashley believes she has freedom in her spiritual life to drink alcohol, as long as she doesn’t get drunk. In her opinion, Christians who won’t touch alcohol are legalistic. Ashley loves to flaunt her freedom and argue her point. Anna also believes God gave her the freedom to drink in moderation. But she’s aware she could cause others to stumble. Because she’s more concerned about peace and building up others’ faith, she exercises her freedom quietly. Addy chooses not to drink at all in order to be a witness to others, but she can’t help but look down on those who do. Who’s got it right?