In 1936 John G. Alber, General Secretary of the Nebraska Christian Missionary Society, and W. H. Hanna, Minister of the Knoxville Christian Church (Pittsburgh, PA) conducted a debate on the tithe. Originally published serially in Christian Standard, the debate was issued later that year by Reporter Publishing Company, Lincoln, Nebraska.
The proposition under discussion is:
Resolved: That according to the New Testament norm of the church there is as good reason for the Disciples of Christ to accept, preach, and practice the principle of the tithe as the minimum of their obligation to the Kingdom of Christ as for them to accept, preach, and practice the weekly observance of the Lord’s Supper or immersion as the proper action in Christian baptism.–p. 7
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