Is tithing only an ancient financial custom irrelevant to the modern world? Or is it a practical financial law that pays off today? Most people today have never heard of "tithing." Few churches practice it. In our "now generation," the subject of tithing seems remote - like a ghostly specter out of the old religious woodwork of theological orthodoxy. And no wonder. The word "tithe" itself is an old English word. It simply means "tenth." A tithe is a tenth of one's income. But does tithing have anything to do with one's income today? Should we be concerned about it?
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