Does the Bible Really Say We Have to Tithe?

Q: What’s the deal with tithing? Does it really say in the bible that we are supposed to give a tenth of our income to the church, or is that something churches made up in order to get money?” - Jill R.
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Secret to Getting Closer to God

Q: You say that our relationship with God is the most important thing. How can I get closer to Him?” - Lance W.
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10 Ways to Not be a Judgmental Hypocrite!

Q: Most people seem to assume Christians are judgmental hypocrites. How do we reach people who just assume we’re judgemental?” - Abby K.
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Are There Errors in the Bible?

Q: Are there any errors in the Bible?” - Shawn W.
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How Our Relationship with God Works!

Q: What exactly does it mean to be a ‘lukewarm Christian’?” - Jimmy S.
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How to Read the Bible (And Stick With It!)

Q: I know I’m supposed to read the bible every day, but it’s so hard! Any advice?” - Ashley B.
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The Majority are Wrong!

Q: Sometimes it seems like my Christian friends think I’m too extreme in my faith. Can you take Christianity too far?” - Jeff J.
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Q: What is the devil’s favorite tactic? How does he manipulate people?” - Gregory M.
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Q: How are we supposed to avoid evil when it’s all around us in our culture? - Candace D.
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Here are 5 examples of respected skeptics who set out to disprove Christianity, yet through their research actually became Christians.

1. Sir William Mitchell Ramsay was a highly respected archaeologist (so much so that he was knighted) from Scotland. He set out to prove the historical inaccuracies of the book of Acts. Ramsay thought this book was the most ridiculous of all the New Testament. 15 years he spent researching and digging, only to end up being convinced of the incredible accuracy of the book, converted to Christianity, and called Luke (who wrote Acts) one of the greatest historians to ever live. His has written several books on the subject, which have yet to be refuted. His work caused an outcry from atheists because they had been eagerly awaiting his results in disproving the validity of the book.

2. Frank Morrison was an English journalist and author who set out to disprove the myth of Christianity over over 80 years ago. His book “Who moved the stone?” is a classic and has led many people to Christ.

3. Lee Strobel was a journalist for the Chicago Tribune who set out to disprove Christianity, but ended up becoming a Christian and created the famous “Case for…” series.

4. Josh McDowell set out to write a paper in college to expose Christianity as a myth, but ended up being so convinced that he became a Christian himself and wrote the influential book “Evidence that Demands a Verdict”.

5. Andre Kole was a giant in the world of magic, creating tricks for the greatest magicians in the world including making the statue of liberty disappear for David Copperfield. He was commissioned to study the miracles of the bible to expose them as magic tricks and thus disprove its legitimacy. Through this investigation, Andre Kole became a Christian and has since dedicated himself to spreading the Gospel via the art of magic, performing in more countries than any other magician in history.

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