John D. Rockefeller was a shrewd businessman. Even to the point of breaking the law to get what he wanted. His Standard Oil company was eventually broken up using the Sherman Antitrust act. But his money kept influencing society. On this episode of the Truce Podcast, we take a field trip to the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park to see how one wealthy family strong-armed Congress into declaring federal land. And we see how this kind of leverage is used in the modern Christian church.
Are Christians supposed to tithe? It’s a big question, one that many pastors disagree on. A tithe literally means 10%. A bunch of people in the Old Testament were commanded to give 10%… are we supposed to continue that tradition today?
This is the first part in our series about money in the church — how it gets there, where it’s used, and how it can be used to gain power. Special thanks to our friends who gathered around the campfire with us.
Topics discussed in this episode:
Does the 10% tithe still apply to modern Christians?
What is a tithe?
What is the verse in Malachi that talks about giving?
Reaching Muslims via the Internet. Can it be done? Our special guest today uses Google Ads, videos, and messaging apps to reach out in Muslim countries. We can’t give any specifics about who he is or which organization he works for. But we think you’ll find this episode inspiriing.
How can we reach out to Muslims using the Intenet?
What questions to Muslims have about Christianity?
Where are the greatest numbers of Muslims turning to Christ?
Where should I start reading in the Bible?
How do I share my faith with Muslims?
Is Islam as dangerous as mainstream media says it is?