Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are required to pay 10% of their income to the church. This practice, known as tithing, ensures that members are worthy of entering the temple to preside over and participate in ordinances that will allow them to reach the highest kingdom of exaltation.
The tool on this website plainly illustrates the Mormon church’s massive amount of wealth. Each block is shown to-scale to demonstrate the scope of the situation.
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Despite possessing over $100 billion, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints continues to require its members to pay tithing regardless of their financial situation. Over the pulpit every Sunday (and outside of church service), church leaders implore members to continue paying tithing even if they cannot afford the expense. The church continuously refuses to transparently disclose where these funds are allocated or how they are spent; even to the members who are donating.
This practice is unnecessary, manipulative, and abusive. It’s time for a change.