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Kleptomaniac: Who's Really Robbing God Anyway Media Kit

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The media kit for Frank Chase's book, Kleptomaniac: Who's Really Robbing God Anyway is available for sharing with the media on this controversial biblical subject.

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Kleptomaniac: Who's Really Robbing God Anyway Media Kit

  1. 1. A u t h o r : D r . F r a n k C h a s e J r . , T H . D C a t e g o r y : N o n f i c t i o n / T h e o l o g y Print ISBN: 978-0-97552-177-9 EBook ISBN: 978-0-97552-176-2 Publisher: Book Baby Author Bio Book Bio Testimonials Target Audience Book Excerpt Interview Questions Story Ideas for Reporters Request for Author & Book Photos Contact Author Media Kit
  2. 2. Author Bio Dr. Frank Chase Jr., is a person who loved studying the Bible. But for more than thirty years, he had misgivings about the teachings of monetary tithing, but did not push the envelope to ask questions. After attending theology school to obtain a BA, MA and Th.D, he launched into a theological trek to discovery the truth about the ancient biblical practice of Hebrew tithing to solve a curiosity he buried in his mind for years. Frank Chase Jr., is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Walbrook High School in 1978 and then enlisted and served in the United States Army for four years. He is a graduate of Washington State University and has a BA degree in Communications with a minor in Sociology. Anyone who knows Frank will tell you that he has always been an analytical thinker about every aspect of life even from childhood. It is not uncommon for people to remark that Chase is a very easy person to talk to. Dr. Frank Chase Jr.
  3. 3. Every once in a while a book challenges us on what we think we know or have been taught. On the subject of tithing, many people have opinions, thoughts and interpretations about what tithing means in the Bible, but rarely have people done a complete empirical study on this biblical practice from eons past and its requirement in the New Testament Church. Some believe that the most effective way to teach tithing is to interpret it as paying a tenth of income to the church in perpetuity. Certainly no other biblical doctrine has caused such consternation as when monetary tithing is challenged. Therefore, this book deals, not with theories and opinions about monetary tithing but with well-proven theology, scriptural principles, hermeneutical facts and the Hebrew language to define what tithing really is and is not. Book Bio A u t h o r : D r . F r a n k C h a s e J r . , T h . D . C a t e g o r y : B u s i n e s s M a r k e t i n g Print ISBN: 978-0-97552-177-9 EBook ISBN: 978-0-97552-176-2 Publisher: Book Baby
  4. 4. TESTIMONIALS “After reading this book, you will realize, a scholar has put in time researching the minutest details related to this subject.” David Lee, Author, Sunday Morning Stickup “Frank has become a Good Berean. I urge you to patiently read the book for a blessing in receiving the truth about the taboo subject of tithing.” Dr. Russell E. Kelly, Ph.D. Author, Should the Church Teach Tithing? “Frank has not allowed church tradition to dissuade him from studying the tithing doctrine a fresh, and revealing the truth to the world.” Ann Brown “Chase makes your take a deep look at your OWN tithing practices and influences you to research the matter deeply, because it deserves it.” Poet/Author Marc Lacy “I highly recommend this book to those who want out of bondage.” – George Sailor, Jr. "With skill and most importantly, scripture itself, Chase takes down the opposing arguments for mandated tithing point-by-point.” – Patricia McAllister "A great study worth reading to enhance our thought process on tithing." – Dr. Charles Green, Ph.D.
  5. 5. WHO SHOULD READ • Theologians • Churches • All faiths that practice tithing • Pastors • Sunday school teachers • Seminaries • Christians Target Audience BOOK BENEFITS • Expose the tithe lies • Understanding the side effects of tithing • Learn about true grace giving • Blow up the Malachi tithe doctrine • Discover the real kleptomaniacs • Get the empirical definition of tithing • Be set free to give from the heart
  6. 6. Chapter 12: Giving in the Gospels Many Bible verses on giving are removed from their context and given new meaning. People who read the Bible should be familiar with first century believers. Not knowing or understanding their culture, habits, lifestyles, and giving practices can affect your wallet. Many people argue money tithing from the doctrine of first things in the Scripture. The logic is that if something is first mentioned in the Scripture, it is a prescription for a mandated eternal moral principle. It is this concept that drives the tithing doctrine. Because Abram is first mentioned tithing to Melchizedek in Genesis, this serves as justification for churches and pastors to demand tithes as baseline income. However, this belief is out of context because this book has established that Abram’s tithe was a single event for spoils of war. The perspective of first things from the Old Testament establishes how to take care of buildings and it was not with tithes but with freewill offerings. The needs of the modern church, i.e., mortgages, lights, heat, salaries for senior pastors and leaders, outweighs the needs of God’s people, which is quite the opposite of how first century believers operated in the New Testament. The first mention of freewill giving is in Exodus 35:5, 21, 29 and 36:5-6 dealing with the upkeep of the temple. These verses address temple needs and this is where the New Covenant leadership should look when trying to find examples on how to support building funds for church upkeep and not some obscure single tithe occurrence Abram gave when he was eighty years old. Exodus establishes grace giving and freewill giving, and that concept is transferred to the New Testament from the following verses: Exodus 35:5 From what you have, take an offering for the LORD. Everyone who is willing is to bring to the LORD an offering of gold, silver and bronze; ... 21 and everyone who was willing and whose heart moved them came and brought an offering to the LORD for the work on the tent of meeting, for all its service, and for the sacred garments. 29 All the Israelite men and women who were willing brought to the LORD freewill offerings for all the work the LORD through Moses had commanded them to do (NIV). Anyone with an ounce of biblical intelligence can see the doctrine of first mention in the Exodus text is the principle for New Testament giving. What are the observations from this text? The first point of Exodus is that God built the temple on freewill offerings before the mandatory tithe was established under the law in Numbers chapter 18. Book Excerpt
  7. 7. What inspired you to write this particular book? 1 How did you come up with title of your book? 2 What is the purpose of advertising? 3 Can you share a reviewer comment about the book? 4 How do you come up with Ideas for your books? 5 When did you write your first book? 6 When did you realize you wanted to be an author? 7 How long does it take you to write a book? 8 What do you think makes a good story? 9 What do you hope readers get from your books?” 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 What is the biggest mistake writers make today? Where do you like to kickback and write books? How did you get published? Tell us about your latest release? Why was important for you to write the current book? What is your favorite part of writing? Are you a self-published author and why? How does negative reactions to your book affect you? What is most challenging about writing? Do you have any advice for up and coming writers? Interview Questions
  8. 8. 1. Defining biblical terms: What does the word tithe mean in Hebrew? 2. Church doctrine: If church doctrine does not match with tithing scriptures, what can I do to get an understanding? 3. Learning about tithing: I don’t know much about tithing. What are some ways I can learn more about the subject? 4. God’s tithe: What’s the difference between God’s tithe and the church tithe? 5. Truth and discovery: What are the first steps you take when a new scriptural truth causes cognitive dissonance. What are some ways to truth found to be actual truth? 6. Who do you ask: Where should I begin to seek information about biblical tithing? 7. Facts not fiction: How can know understand emotional connection to tithing and it strongholds? 8. Testing the truth: What is best way to examine and test if current interpretation of tithing is accurate? 9. Reaction to truth: How can I make sure readers stay interested in wanting to know more about tithing? 10. Sharing new facts: What should I say when promoting information about tithing? Should I use info graphics? 11. Taking the guesswork out: Are there biblical principles to determine what tithing is and how it was practiced in the Bible? 12. Tithing: What do people believe about the practice and have they really studied the term? What would happen if they did? STORY IDEAS FOR REPORTERS:
  9. 9. REQUEST FOR PHOTOS I appreciate requests for photographs for press use. Email me at pacof7878@gmail.com and let me know where you post your article so I can link to it. -Thank you.
  10. 10. Email: pacof7878@gmail.com Website: https://www.fcpublishing.com/about_kle ptomaniac Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kleptomaniac 10percent/ Twitter: @drfrankchasejr Blog: https://tithenomore.com Connect with Dr. Frank Chase Jr., Th.D.

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