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  1. Giving and Tithing: Includes Serving and Stewardship - eBookeBOOK
    Giving and Tithing: Includes Serving and Stewardship - eBook
    Larry Burkett
    Moody Publishers / 1998 / ePub
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    3 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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  1. 2 Stars Out Of 5
    July 8, 2008
    LaTrease
    This review was written for Giving & Tithing.
    I agree that tithing is not a requirement for New Testament Christians. If pastors would preach more on giving to the poor, widows, and orphans instead of mega church buildings then half of people that are hungry and homeless wouldn't be in the state their in. It amazes me to see a pastor driving around in a Lexus while telling his members on social security that they should give more.
  2. 2 Stars Out Of 5
    November 20, 2007
    Charles
    This review was written for Giving & Tithing.
    I agree with the above review. When he states that believers in Christ are not commanded to tithe, isn't that grossly incorrect with respect to Malachai 3?
  3. 2 Stars Out Of 5
    March 6, 2002
    Roy Ingle
    This review was written for Giving & Tithing.
    I purchased this book in a year long study on tithing. I wanted a book that was pro-tithing and would offer scriptural insights and exposition on tithing texts and how it relates to the NT disciple. This book does not do that.While I greatly appreciate the heart of Larry Burkett, this is not one of his better books. His "proof texting" for tithing is ambigious and he never offers other opinions to tithing texts. He never gives NT evidence that the early church practiced and taught tithing. The evidence is clear, tithing is needed today because of huge pastoral salaries, building programs, and more and more programs that have little impact on our culture. Let us repent and return to the NT pratice of giving for the purpose of helping the poor, providing for the saints in need, and church planting and not 85% of all money going to buildings (as in the American church).
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