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KLEPTOMANIAC, Who's Really Robbing God Anyway is a trek through the pages of the Bible to find the untwisted truth about the centuries-old teachings on tithes and offerings. Every page of this book has information that will make you become an analyst in getting to the bottom line of what tithing is in the Old and New Testament. It takes you on a journey to first define the ...more
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Self-help books have become a prevalent genre in today’s world of information at your fingertips. Humans learn greatly from the experiences and knowledge of others, especially when that knowledge is contained in a book designed to help others with a specific topic. Dr. Frank Chase, Jr wrote Kleptomaniac to inform other humans about tithing. The question is, does Dr. chase do the issue with tithing in the modern church justice? I must say that Dr. chase takes century old arguments about the pract ...more
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Kleptomaniac Who’s Robbing God Anyway? The untwisted truth about the centuries-old tithes and offering deception by Dr. Frank Chase Jr, TH. D fills a narrow but very real niche in the area of Biblically derived lessons and advice on the subject of tithes and offerings. I would have thought most Christians would research this topic themselves if it were very important to them but to have all the references in one book along with sound commentary and advice from a biblical scholar certainly makes ...more
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FRANK CHASE, JR., is a native of Baltimore, Maryland, where he grew up with a storied past that is a journey from raggedy brokenness to continued rich wholeness in Gods grace and love. Mr. Chase is the president of FC Publishing, LLC. Mr. Chase works for the government as a senior aviation writer for the Department of the Army. He has a four-year veteran of the United States Army. Mr. Chase has al ...more

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“Where did Jesus’ ministry resources come from? The Scriptures give eight sources of possible income for the moneybag carried by Judas. The following Scriptures will show that Jesus never asked the synagogue congregants for free-will offerings. Nor do we see the synagogue leaders asking people to make offerings to Jesus. The custom in Jesus’ time involved charity and taking care of the needs of travelers including those who preached?” 0 likes
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