Author of the book “Did the Apostle Paul teach Tithing to the Church”
Hi my name is Minister Jonathan Kithcart, and I am the author of “Did the Apostle Paul teach Tithing to The Church”. This is the one question that all those that teach the so-call New Testament Tithing System will not touch or answer on the spot, in fact there is truly a “CODE OF SILENCE” pastors, teachers and preachers are in accordance with. I thank the Lord for Reader’s Magnet that even sponsor the “Authors’ Lounge” to help us authors bring more light and understanding to our readers, not to mention Paul Libaton my helper and patient guide with this very important perversion of heresy in the body of Jesus Christ today. Study of church history reveals that nearly 800 years after the apostles tithing became compulsory (enforced) in the church. In fact, it is very far-fetched to think that the gentile Christians were instructed to give or pay tithes when the church was in their homes. Am telling you the Truth my friends and lie not, fact check me as the apostle Paul bossed on those at Berea, (Acts 17:11) The churches were in the homes, via, Acts 20;20, Ro.5:16; 1Cor 16:19; Col.4:15; &Plm.2:2, Believe it saints, the Romans were not having Christian buildings popping up all over their empire. So where did this heresy of a tithe being paid to the church began? According to my research, a king named Charlemagne this Frankish, king who was a known barbarian and warlord was crowned king of the Holy Roman Empire by Pope Leo lll, the year 800 on Christmas day in Western Europe. According to Dr. Ryan M. Reeves, Gregory S. Aldrete PhD and my colleague and friend Russell Kelly PhD. Author of “Should the Church Teach Tithing” Charlemagne ENFORCED A MANDATORY TITHE. Yet many are taught the law of tithing by those that say “God said” all the time dismissing our grace giving from the Head of the church, who played the ultimate price for our liberty when establishing the New Covenant. Of course the Head of the church did NOT instruct the apostle Paul to teach tithing to the gentile believers unto whom he was sent. I believe that you will find my book quite interesting not to mention jaw dropping concerning the apathy of the ministers, teachers and preachers that refused to answer this one question from the Head of the church, Did the Apostle Paul teach tithing to the gentile believers or not!