I was born and raised catholic, I made the decision that I was not very comfortable with alot of there beliefs and am now Christian. I have heard different things from different people about the 10% ties and offering. I saw in the bible that Jesus was actually mad when he went into the house of his father and priests and pastors were making money in the house of his father, also that the word of God has not price and pastors and priest should not be paid for such due. Jesus would not charge and never charged for the word of God, Also that God doesn't put a specific on anything, like no one knew when Jesus was going to be born exactly, people still don't know. and its not confirmed in the bible or anywhere else. So to put a specific amount and what you should give the church is not correct. If you wanna give back it should be what you want not what they require. So is this true/false?! whats your take on it?!Answer Question
I think you should decide if and how much you want to give. Any church that would tell someone that their gift is the wrong amount isn't a place I'd be going to. I personally don't believe in tithing. Donations are determined by the giver not the receiver.
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Religion is big business and they have to make a profit. You got to hand it to them though, it's pretty clever! No warranties, no refunds and they are still coining it.
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