Robert Morris, pastor of Gateway Church, tells his congregation if they'll tithe the rest of the year, and are not "satisfied", he will give them their money back. This of course, shows the nonsensical nature of the tithe argument, since the entire basis of the tithe is that the person is giving it to God, and thus how could Robert Morris decide to return the money that is neither his nor the giver's?
After he makes the tithe money-back guarantee, he immediately tells his congregation that they must tithe in order to stop the devourer from ruining their marriage, their income, their jobs, and their kids.
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