Why the Bible Doesn’t Say Tithing Ended

ONE OF OUR readers raised this fact:

›The Tithe was never stated by the Bible, Paul or any Apostle as having been replaced by an alternative or abrogated.
In other words, tithing is still in effect because the Bible does not specifically state it ended or was replaced.
In this episode I explore reasons WHY the Bible doesn’t say tithing ended.  I also drop some knowledge on how poor reading skills prevent some pro-tithers from understanding the meaning of biblical verses.
I also cover:
  • The Law of Moses
  • Moral, ceremonial and civic laws of the Old Covenant
  • Tithing statutes and ordinances
  • Bible verses that clearly indicate tithing as abolished
  • Tips on how to read the Bible
Tune in…
Let’s talk about what the church doesn’t want you to talk about…today on The Tithing Hoax podcast.


3 comments for “Why the Bible Doesn’t Say Tithing Ended

  1. tonette
    February 21, 2014 at 9:14 AM

    This is great I love learning. A lot of people that I speak with their argument is. The church needs their bills paid that’s why they tithe its funny when they need money from the church its like pulling teeth.I’m not giving to a church that is lying to me and doing tricks to get my hard earned money.Its all about truth for me

  2. jane
    November 26, 2014 at 10:49 AM

    I am not able to download the podcasts from the tithing hoax on my ipod from itunes. Can that be fixed?

    • R. Renee
      December 6, 2014 at 10:54 AM

      We will likely move the podcast to another hosting service. We’ll make the podcast available for download some time soon.

      Thank you for your patience.

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