describes his own evolution of ideas about tithing
and I must say we went through many of the same phases in pretty much the same order.
The Tax Court held that the IRS had not abused its discretion in treating Thompson's church tithing
payments as conditional expenses instead of necessary expenses in calculating the monthly payment amount for a partial payment installment agreement.
We may think of the Siphnian tithing
as tendance--wealth given so that good fortune could be received in return.
She invited students to read texts on stewardship and tithing
, identifying those that were of value for pastoral leaders and congregations.
would come at a lifestyle cost for many, including cuts in consumer spending, and require disciplined planned giving with the support of their local church cultures.
George Barna, founder and head of the research group, cited the soft economy as one of the most likely factors behind a drop in tithing
As might be expected, we also find that personal characteristics, such as church activity, family income, and other demographic characteristics, significantly i nfluence tithing
The money was collected through donations, tithing
, sales of religious paraphernalia, videotape and book sales, and other sources.
At South Bend's Memorial Hospital, the answer is tithing
The debtor's argument is that a court's refusal to allow religious tithing
(in this article, tithe is defined as money contributed for religious purposes, technically defined as one-tenth of one's income) in a Chapter 13 plan violates the debtor's right to the free exercise of religion.
Kleptomaniac" is a journey into the annuals of biblical history concerning what the Bible teaches about tithing