Natural? or Unnatural?
by Ronald W Robey
 
Venom : Since tithing was observed both prior to the Mosaic Law, and during the Mosaic Law, It is only natural for the Christian to tithe in this age after the Mosaic Law..
 
Anti-Venom: In the Bible, it is not recorded that Abram tithed his monetary income. However, in Genesis 14 & Hebrews 7, it is recorded that Abram tithed spoils of war.
 
In the Bible, it is not recorded that the children of Israel tithed their monetary income. However, it is recorded that they tithed their agricultural increase.
 
In the New Testament, it is not recorded that the early church tithed their monetary income. However, it is recorded that the early Christians sold houses and properties and gave 100% of the proceeds from those sales to those in need within their community.
 
In the Bible, it is not recorded that the early Christians were encouraged to give a tithe of their monetary income to people in need. However, it is recorded that they were encouraged to give whatever they purposed in their hearts to give.
 
Conclusion: Upon comparing the monetary tithe requirement to what is written in the word of God concerning God’s holy tithe, we have to admit that it is unnatural for Christians to tithe their monetary income.
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