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Giving Gods Way by John F. MacArthur
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Giving Gods Way

by John F. MacArthur

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In this short booklet MacArthur argues that tithing as we know it is not biblical. Instead the Old and New Tesatments both mention required giving and freewill giving. The former equates to taxes, and the latter to voluntary offerings. Although MacArthur's treatment of the texts are too succinct to be persuasive, he provides a good starting point for additional study. The book also provides many good principles for handling money. ( )
  james.garriss | Jul 8, 2007 |
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