Question for those who believe tithing is mandatory...
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If the only money you get in the year is a year's worth of college loans, so you are in debt and not making any money, does the church pay you 10% of that debt? That's mathematically sound, you know.Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28264651
If you are using the loans correctly, and it all goes toward college fees, books, etc. Then you would need a job to eat, attend the joyous frat parties, go on dates, and all of the other festivities of college life. So, suck it up buttercup...go bag groceries, rake leaves, flip burgers, and all of the other things that college students have had to do for decades. No one should pay for your Choice (incorrectly termed "a right") to go to a 4 year institution. A trade school/community college nowadays will get you further in the real world. And, you can do that by living with parents, and generally working almost full time to support yourself.
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