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Date Posted:20/09/2007 11:39 AMCopy HTML

Hi, all.I certainly haven't read it all (or much of it in great detail, so I neither support nor denounce the site and/or its findings), however, what Ihaveread I've found rather interestinghttp://www.tithingdebate.com/God bless,Ian
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Re:On tithing, an interesting website

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Hi, all.

I certainly haven't read it all (or much of it in great detail, so I neither support nor denounce the site and/or its findings), however, what I have read I've found rather interesting

http://www.tithingdebate.com/

God bless,

Ian
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Re:On tithing, an interesting website

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Reply to : Didaktikon

Hi, all.I certainly haven't read it all (or much of it in great detail, so I neither support nor denounce the site and/or its findings), however, what Ihaveread I've found rather interestinghttp://www.tithingdebate.com/God bless,Ian

Thanks for sharing Ian, I've skimmed over the site.  

My personal view on ' tithing' is that I see it as an offering (and not necessarily a tenth) that is given out of love by the individual and not out of 'expectation' by leaders of the church. I have found that as my heart is softening more and more, I have a desire to give to many causes that I did not consider giving to prior to leaving RF as I did not understand compassion.  There are also ways of 'giving'  that do not even involve tithing but certainly help to further the kingdom on God here on earth.

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Re:On tithing, an interesting website

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All those 'Church" goers that have a problem when their leaders pressure them to give 10% of their income as a tithe or an offering, can now rest assured; they are already giving their 10% each time they buy something or require a service. It's called the GST. The ancient reason for the 10% tithe was introduced as a type of tax used for the welfare of the nation at that time.
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