Dr. Robert Fugate is an author, pastor, and theological mentor. He earned a Ph.D. in Christian Intellectual Studies and a M.Div., both from Whitefield Theological Seminary.
Robert has written a variety of teaching materials that have been used by pastors and missionaries in over sixty countries. His writings include: The Bible: God’s Words to You; Key Principles of Biblical Civil Government; Psycho-Heresy: Christianizing Pagan Psychologies; God’s Mandate for Biblical Education; Toward a Theology of Taxation; God’s Law: Foundation of Moral Order; A Brief History and Critique of Natural Law Theory; and Biblical Imprecations: Christians’ Secret Weapon (among others). Robert co-authored the position paper “Sanctity of Human Life” for the International Church Council Project/Coalition on Revival, as well as being a major contributor to their position papers “God’s Law for All Societies” and “Education of Christian Children.”
Robert is the pastor of a church plant in Omaha, Nebraska. He also mentors young adults, missionary candidates and pastors in Biblical worldview, presuppositional apologetics and systematic theology.
One of the perplexing ethical and hermeneutical problems facing Biblical scholars, pastors and intercessors is the imprecatory Psalms, i.e., those Psalms that call or wish for God’s judgment, calamity or curse upon the enemies of God and God’s covenant people. Is it ever appropriate for Christians to pray Biblical imprecatory prayers? If these prayers are appropriate, when are they to be used?
God’s Mandate for Biblical Education examines education from the Biblical worldview. It features: 9 arguments (including the absolute lordship of Jesus and covenant faithfulness) demonstrating that Biblically-consistent education is mandated for all subjects of study; and 6 necessary components of Christian education—Biblically-directed: teachers, content, goals, standard, method, and motivations.
A unique examination of the question, Can psychological counseling be Christian counseling? The first section presents the Biblical worldview—including a Biblical theory of knowledge. The second presents key areas of systematic theology that are appealed to by Christian integrationist counselors. The third examines the roots, teachings, claims and practices of evangelical integrationist counseling