Numbers 18 is cataloging the duties of the priests and the Levites and showcasing what was done to support them as they worked in the Tabernacle.

The Independent Fundamental Baptist Denomination makes that mistake of stopping at verse 21.

First of all it’s important to understand that Tithing is a Biblical principle, however, it no longer applies because tithing was commanded under the Old Covenant. Tithing was a command under the Mosaic Law, a series of laws that we are no longer obliged to follow.

The Mosaic Laws were specifically for the Israelites during that time period.

Teaching tithing is absolutely unbiblical and nothing more than mind control manipulation.

There has been a lot of good information on the truth about tithing made available online and I will provide some links at the bottom of this page to web sites that I have read and agree with.

You’ll have access to reviews and engagement with the most important theological literature of the nineteenth century.

You also get first-hand access to the debates over biblical inerrancy, creation and evolution, slavery, politics, and much more.

Research that would normally take hours of page turning can now be completed with only a few clicks of your mouse!

This makes all 443 issues more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal Bible study.

Even other people would perceive God’s blessing upon them as they returned to tithing.” So what’s wrong with the above? Well it would probably be easier to answer the question, What’s NOT wrong with the above?

However, I would like to touch on some of the most important reasons why what the Independent Fundamental Baptist Denomination teaches about tithing is WRONG.

If you continue reading in that chapter you will see that tithes were food products from the land of Israel which were to be used to compensate the Levites for serving God in the Tabernacle as a replacement for their lost land inheritance rights in Israel (see Numbers ).