Title: Freedom to Give
Subtitle: The Biblical Truth about Tithing
Author: Daniel Mynyk
Length: 528 pages
Spine: 1.18" (29.896mm)
ISBN: See attach
An offering plate and handcuffed hands placing a check marked TITHE into it.
Back Cover Text
What is tithing? Is it ten per cent of gross income due to the church? Or was it only food from inside HOLY Israel in the Old Testament?
Is tithing for today? Or are there better giving principles given to the church after Calvary with the Holy Spirit’s blessings?
This book tackles both the biblical and theological idea of tithing throughout the ages. Although it is exhaustive, the subject itself is exhaustive and cannot be honestly handled in a short study.
As long as the church reaches back into the Law to teach finances, the Reformation is not complete. I recommend this book to both scholars and ordinary Bible students.
Russell Earl Kelly, PHD
Author of Should the Church Teach Tithing? A Theologian’s Conclusions about a Taboo Doctrine
Daniel David Mynyk holds a B.S. in Business and a minor in Bible from Pensacola Christian College, and a Master of Information Systems from University of Phoenix. A lifelong student of the Bible as well as an economist and investor, he is keen on where theology and finances overlap. His findings in this book are the product of over five years of intensive study, dialog, and debate.
Daniel currently works as a software developer in the property mortgage industry and resides with his wife Chelsea and son Aiden in Denver, Colorado.
Author Photo (see attach)