Are Tithes Compulsory? See People's Reactions as Bishop Oyedepo Says It's Compulsory
By DCruiser | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Tithing has been a serious issue of contention on Nigeria. There are those who believe tithing to be a compulsory thing for Christians and there are those who believe it is optional. Still, there are those who believe it shouldn't be paid at all.
One of our rights as human beings is freedom to religion and freedom of thought. Everyone has a right to think or do what he likes as far as it doesn't affect the other person. On twitter, many people came out to air their views and opinions on whether tithing should be paid. Some said it shouldn't and some said it should and most gave their reasons.
A popular Nigerian pastor, Bishop David Oyedepo said that tithing is an obligation and compulsory for Christians.
Below are reactions from people as to whether tithes should be paid
Should you pay tithes? Leave your own reaction in the comment section below.
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