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Creflo Dollar comes under fire for not returning money to church members

Pastor Creflo Dollar senior pastor of World Changers Church International in College Park, Georgia— recently stated that tithing (giving 10 percent of your money to a church) is not required today. He admonished his congregation to throw away books and tapes where he taught that they should tithe. Some religious leaders are now saying that Dollar did not go far enough and should show he is truly repentant by refunding the money that was spent on his materials and also downsizing his lavish lifestyle and giving the money to his congregants.
COLLEGE PARK, GA
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Modern day tithing began as a ten percent tax levied by Emperor Constantine

Pastor Creflo Dollar shared his personal evolution regarding tithing (giving 10 percent to the church) and set off a firestorm of debate on both sides of the issue. You can listen to his video by clicking here. An online search will show that there are preachers and lay people who agree with him and he also has detractors. What has not been widely discussed during this issue is the how and why of tithing changing from produce in the Old Testament into giving money today.
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