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tith·ing

 (tī′thĭng)
n.
An administrative division consisting of ten householders in the old English system of frankpledge.

tithing

(ˈtaɪðɪŋ)
n
1. (Historical Terms)
a. a tithe; tenth
b. the exacting or paying of tithes
2. (Historical Terms) a company of ten householders in the system of frankpledge
3. (Historical Terms) a rural division, originally regarded as a tenth of a hundred

tith•ing

(ˈtaɪ ðɪŋ)

n.
1. tithe.
2. (in frankpledge) a group of ten men and their families, considered for legal and security purposes.
[before 950]
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When I ask her what she does with the money, she says she contributes it to the church as tithe since I don't usually do it.I know it is right for Christians to pay tithe but I feel it's wrong for her to go behind my back and when I confront her about this, she quotes for me Malachi chapter three verse 10 to 12.For me, transparency and openness in a marriage is key but she always tells me that the right hand should not know what the left one is holding while tithing.
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While the act of tithing might be centuries old, churches are doing what they can to provide parishioners with 21st century giving options.
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"Our gospel call is to give back to God; that is part of the impetus for tithing and it goes all the way back to the Old Testament."
Siphnos kept the treasury abundant with a yearly tithing of revenues and distributed gold and silver from the mines to its islanders.
Churches, however, also support the flat-tax mentality through tithing, suggesting everyone, from the low-income service worker to the millionaire executive, donate 10 percent.