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Kleptomaniac by Frank Chase Jr.
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it was amazing
Read 3 times. Last read January 6, 2016 to August 13, 2016.

The book is very insightful and informative about the history of tithing and giving in the Church. The book is a fascinating journey into the land, language and literature of the Israelite people and their tithing practices. The author meticulously examines tithe verses and brings to light their meaning using the Hebrew and Greek language. Even if one does not agree with his analysis, it would be difficult to dismiss what the author's findings reveal. If a person seeks to gain a real understanding and education about tithing and its original meaning, this book is a good place to begin your theological research journey. They say knowledge is power and this book certainly contains a lot of knowledge. Get a copy at

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Quotes Frank Liked

“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?”
Frank Chase Jr, Kleptomaniac: Who's Really Robbing God Anyway?

Reading Progress

Finished Reading (Paperback Edition)
Finished Reading ( Edition)
January 6, 2016 – Started Reading
May 31, 2016 – Shelved
July 8, 2016 – Shelved (Paperback Edition)
August 13, 2016 –
2.0% "To say the least, I think the book is profound In explaining what the tithe really is."
August 13, 2016 – Finished Reading
January 14, 2017 – Shelved ( Edition)

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