I would like to ask for guidance regarding the doctrine of tithing. I have heard some arguments that it is really not a command or something like that. But in church, we are taught about how we are to give a tenth of our income to God. I am somewhat confused and would like to know more. Thank you and God bless you more and more.
Great question, and I also know that most of us won’t see eye to eye on this one.
I’m with Francis Chan and Mark Driscoll in that I personally do not believe we are biblically required to tithe ten percent of our income to the church.
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