Tithe means "tenth" and tithing refers to giving to God, the king or the priests a tenth of one's harvest, livestock, money or spoils of war.
Sites in this category will examine what the Bible teaches about Tithes and Tithing.
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411-Tithes and Offerings
A study of God's word on giving, tithes and offerings. Opposes the practice of tithing.
Bible Insight: Tithe of Money Not Required
Series of articles concludes that a spiritual tithe is required, rather than money.
Can Tithing Cause Blessings?
Answers a series of misconceptions in FAQ format.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library: Tithing
Online book by Arthur W. Pink.
God is Good and Grace Abounds
Tithing, grace, and the law. Affirms generous Christian giving but not the Old Testament law of tithing or modern prosperity teachings.
Is Tithing Compulsory for the New Testament Christian?
Reviews Mosaic law, Jesus' teachings in the Gospels, and the practice of the New Testament church.
Should Christians Tithe?
Survey of Old and New Testament teachings by Kevin Whitehead.
Should the Church Teach Tithing?
Introductory essay and articles by Dr. Russell Kelly.
Articles and blog discouraging the use of tithing and encouraging embracing sacrificial giving led by the Spirit of God.
Welcome to Freedom
Articles teaching that the tithe God instituted was about food not money. It was part of the law that Jesus redeemed Christians from.
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