Tithing, Giving and the New Testament sets out to examine tithing from the New Covenant's perspective and without preconceived ideas. It starts examining tithing in the Old Testament. Then explores what the New Testament says about giving. Were the Christians in the 1st century churches, the churches we find in the New Testament, tithing? How did they apply giving? To whom did they give, how much and based on which principle? If they had a "budget," what would the items in this budget look like? Inevitably, it compares their practices with our practices. There is much that can be learn about this topic from the Word of God and the purpose of this book is to bring it to light for the benefit and the enlightenment of the readers. Anastasios Kioulachoglou is a business consultant and lay teacher in the body of Christ. He is a native Greek speaker. In his spare time he works on his Bible teaching, online magazine "The Journal of Biblical Accuracy" (www.jba.gr).