Tithing and the Church, Chapter 1
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 2
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 3
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 4
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 5
Tithing and the Church: Conclusion to Part 1
Tithing and the Church: Introduction to Part 2
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 6
Tithing and the Church, Chapter 7
Between 1961 and 1963, while an undergraduate student, North became acquainted with the works of Austrian School economists Ludwig von Mises, F.A. Hayek, and Murray Rothbard. Starting in 1967, North became a frequent contributor to the libertarian journal The Freeman where he had first read their work. He later joined the senior staff of the publisher, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), 1971–73. North received a PhD in history from the University of California, Riverside in 1972 . His dissertation was The Concept of Property in Puritan New England, 1630–1720.
He served as research assistant for libertarian Republican Congressman Ron Paul in Paul’s first term (1976). He shared a small office with the Calvinistic political philosopher, John W. Robbins, who later became a noted anti-Van Til author and publisher. Also on the staff was economist and historian Bruce Bartlett, although in his pre-supply side economics days. Many of North’s articles have appeared on LewRockwell.com.