Item description for What the Bible Says About Child Training Workbook by J. Richard Fugate & Virginia Fugate...
Overview What the Bible Says About...Child Training is the title of a best selling Christian book (200,000+ copies) and of a seminar nominated "Best Film Series" by the Christian Film Distributors in 1981. This material is unique in that the subject is handled solely from the Biblical viewpoint. The author, Mr. Fugate, accepts the Bible as absolute truth and as infinitely superior to any human system of thinking. There has been no attempt to modify God's word to make it compatible with human philosophies, psychology, sociology, religious views, or public opinion. What the Bible Says About...Child Training has been accepted by most Bible-believing churches as the standard text on child training for over 15 years. Now, this classic work is available as a 2nd Edition release, with the author's comments, examples, and anecdotes added.
Publishers Description This Study Guide Workbook is a companion to What the Bible Says About . . . Child Training, by J. RICHARD FUGATE. It contains 88 pages of Review Questions, Personal Application and Discussion Points, and Memory Verses for each Chapter, organized within a suggested Thirtheen Week Schedule of Reading Assignments and Class Discussions.
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Studio: Foundation for Biblical Research
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.03" Width: 8.53" Height: 0.25" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Jul 1, 2006
Publisher FOUNDATIONS FOR BIBLICAL RESEA
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1889700142 ISBN13 9781889700144
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More About J. Richard Fugate & Virginia Fugate
Mr. Fugate personally accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior and was baptized into the Body of Christ at Reinhardt Bible Church, Garland, TX in 1968. He and his wife, Virginia, have attended independent Bible-teaching churches in each city where God has sent them to minister over the past 40+ years (Dallas, Austin, Tempe, Sacramento, and now finally Apache Junction, AZ). After committing himself in 1971 to serve God anywhere, or in any manner he might be called, Mr. Fugate learned Greek and studied many thousands of hours in the original languages of the Old and New Testament texts. He did not rely on existing systematic Theologies or Bible commentaries; convinced that he needed to perform his own exegesis and word studies to verify or develop doctrines that are substantiated by Scripture alone. He founded the Foundation for Biblical Research (FBR) in 1979 "to determine the one true meaning of Scripture based on honest research and a scientifically sound system of hermeneutics." All of Mr. and Mrs. Fugate's books are written based on that research. Soon after his commitment to serve God, Mr. Fugate was called as Business Manager and later became Vice President of Finance for Accelerated Christian Education (A.C.E.). While there, Mr. and Mrs. Fugate were led to start a pilot Christian school in Garland, TX, based on their experience of having home schooled their own three children for two previous years. During the 70's, Mr. Fugate wrote What the Bible Says About Child Training, presented parenting seminars in hundreds of churches, and directed the work of FBR. In March of 1982 he was hired as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of A.O.P. in Tempe, AZ where he served for the next 12 years. After A.O.P. was bought out in 1995, the Fugate's traveled around the country giving seminars on Biblical parenting and writing 2nd editions of their most popular books. Mr. Fugate then served as Business Manager of Family Ministries in Sacramento, CA from 2000 through 2004 until his "retirement" to be full-time Director of The Foundation for Biblical Research in Apache Junction, AZ. Here he continues to conduct Bible research, teach, and write on Bible-Based Theology. Throughout the past 30 years he taught in each of the five churches where he ministered. The Theological and Philosophical Positions of the Foundation for Biblical Research can be seen at its website, www.FoundationforBiblicalResearch.org
J. Richard Fugate currently resides in Citrus Heights. J. Richard Fugate was born in 1939.