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Except for those in absolute poverty, everyone should tithe.
Except for those in absolute poverty, everyone should tithe (choose to give a tenth of income to charity).
Giving is good for the giver.
Inequality is bad for society.
It is helpful for a social contract to be somewhat explicit.
Having a clear target percentage prevents decision paralysis.
Absolute poverty exists and an increase in charitable giving could alleviate it.
Charity often endorses inequality instead of fixing its roots.
Having so much money flowing to independent charitable organisations creates a disincentive for governments to invest in public services and safety-nets.
The person who earns money should have the right to choose what to do with it.
There should be a sliding scale.
Taxation should replace individual charity.
Rich people would just get around it by donating to their fraternities.
Some times of the life cycle are more appropriate for giving than others.
Using your time, your talents and your vote to serve the disadvantaged is a more lasting contribution to the removal of disadvantage than sharing a bit of cash.
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