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Tithing

Tithing The Ancient Practices Series

By Douglas Leblanc, Phyllis Tickle
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.02 Stars

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On 5/20 Jojo Agot wrote: What I found odd was the fact that anyone could write a book on tithing without bothering to discuss it from the Bible. I understand that stories have their place in encouraging believers to godliness but the way I see it, a dozen stories about tithing pales in comparison to a thoughtful, biblical presentation ... Book Review: TITHING by Douglas Leblanc

Jojo's Rating:

1 Stars

On 8/28 Reformissional Rev wrote: Tithing: Test Me in ThisThe question of tithing as a valid practice in the Christian church today is a hotly debated subject among many. But the book Tithing:Test Me in This by Douglas Leblanc never attempts to tackle the issue of the validity of the practice in our century. Instead, Mr. Leblanc invites ... Tithing:Test Me In This

Reformissional Rev's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/27 Jon Keel wrote: I received this book from Booksneeze, a book I decided to pick due to the nature of the topic. In our churches it is often referred to but different people have different thoughts on the topic. This book is an easy read but for me didn't convey anything new and as such didn't spur me in to faithfully ... Tithing by Douglas LeBlanc

Jon's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/29 Influentialmama wrote: This book is part of the Ancient Practices Series which is a set of eight books that explore eight different disciplines of faith. The Author explores the particular topic of tithing through the telling of stores about people who practice this discipline. Each person told about are from different spiritual, ... Test me in this

Influentialmama's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/11 SLCblogster wrote: This book was not one I would choose on a normal basis. Although I am not religious, I found this book to be eye opening and gave me appreciation for those who believe in God, their Church,and the practice of tithing. This gave a detailed look into a man's life and the sacrafices he made for his belief ... What is your Test?

SLCblogster's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/31 Mommy of 8 wrote: Tithing is a debated topic the world over. Is it commanded by God? Is there a amount set by the Lord? In this book Douglas Leblanc tours the country interviewing many different people from different denominations and different walks of life. From an Episcopalian to an Eastern Orthodox priest... ... Tithing by Douglas Leblanc

Mommy of 8's Rating:

2 Stars

On 3/24 Lesa Byrum wrote: Tithing, by Douglas Lablanc was nothing as i had expected. I was hoping for more of a Biblical reference to the subject of tithing. This book gives more of an overview of personal stories on the subject of tithing. While it may be an interesting read, i would not recommend it for study of the subject. ... Tithing, Douglas Lablanc

Lesa's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/7 Aaron Sellars wrote: Tithing: Test me In This continues in the Ancient Practices series edited by Phyllis Tickle by Thomas Nelson which is exploring many of the practices and disciplines of the Church throughout history. Each volume is unique and by a different author. Douglas Leblanc, who writes this one is more of a ... Tithing

Aaron's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/1 AngelPeterson wrote: By the time I finished this book, I was hoping to be convinced one way or another that tithing was a scriptural practice and that didn't happen. I liked the format of telling individual stories and the book was easy to read. I also liked that the author included stories from people in various denominational ... Nice stories - not helpful if you're looking for "meat"

AngelPeterson's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/11 osunny1sotrue wrote: I just finished this book and it surprised me. I thought it would be an instructional book on tithing and it turned out to be stories about people just like me and my friends who tithe out of a love for God and His Word. It started out rather slow and kind of dry and I probably won’t read it a second ... Tithing

osunny1sotrue's Rating:

3 Stars