"I received your book -Clever Lies and Assumptions- and it confirmed some things I knew and revealed things I did not. A great and easy read is what I came away with. Great job Mr. Anderson. This book should be read by every believer who knows Christ." Sandra Hlavac
"I agree with you. Thanks for standing up." Russell Earl Kelly Ph. D. Author of "SHOULD THE CHURCH TEACH TITHING?"
"The book is very informative. Also, he quotes scripture to back up what he says. Every Christian of tithing faith should read this book; it is an eye opener." Amazon.com Review
"Great job, Rev. Anderson. Let us move away from the law and into God's grace, completely.” Rev. J. W. Axsom Th.D
"Hello Mr. Anderson, First, I want to say that I read your book while doing my research on tithing. I was a tither for 30 years before I found out the truth. Your book was helpful." Dr. Frank Chase, Jr. Thd.
Clever Lies and Assumptions: from the Pulpit to the Pews, will encourage Christians in the area of understanding the tithe and true, biblical, New Covenant giving principles and why Jesus never commands Christians to tithe. It will help the reader to understand clearly when tithing originated, why it was implemented in the Law and how it has been fulfilled (brought to an end) completely by the death, burial and resurrection of Christ.
Read Clever Lies and Assumptions and Discover:
- Tithing: What Your Pastor Failed to Tell You
- Tithing: What Your Pastor Won't Tell You
These 2 chapters contain 16 Facts about Tithing pastors don't want you to know. Plus 14 myths, and assumptions about Tithing.
- Who was Malachi Really Talking To?
Contains Five Reasons why Melchizedek does not provide a legitimate pre-law foundation for tithing.
- Tithing: Old Covenant Store House in a New Covenant Church?
Is the building in which you worship today the storehouse of the Old Covenant? The answer may surprise you.
- Giving Under Grace Not Under Pressure
Contains details on what your pastor won't tell you about giving and why the apostles taught giving as opposed to tithing to fund the church.
Other chapters include:
- Signs and Symptoms of a Controlling Ministry and Spiritual Abuse
- Why is the "Church" in Financial Debt?
- Is the Lord your Shepherd or is your Shepherd your Lord?
- A Plan of Deception
- Sugar Has its Place
- In Need of a Pastor?
- Gird Up Thy Loins, Arise and Speak!