A Popular Nigerian Pastor, David Oyedepo took to his social media page, Twitter to condition that any person who won’t pay out tithe is “beneath a financial curse” and can under no circumstances prosper and this has led to an argument.
The General Overseer of Winners’ Chapel Intercontinental tweeted: “Tithing is an inescapable covenant obligation. Prosperity not just prosperity is impossible devoid of tithing, due to the fact when you’re not spending your tithe, you are under a economic curse. #Tithe #Breakinglimits.”
A PhD prospect at Edinburgh University disagreed with Oyedepo. He retweeted and said: “Tithing simply cannot generate prosperity! Wealth development happens when you deploy cash to produce worth. When X presents 1/10 of his earnings to your church, there’s no generation or financial investment, therefore he has not produced value, but only enriched you. Tithing is a church sponsored ponzi plan..”
Twitter end users have now taken sides, some with Oyedepo and others with the PhD prospect.
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