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Toward a Theology of Taxation

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by: Dr. Robert Fugate
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Publication Date: July 5, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 132
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9780984742288

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Book Synopsis
Why do the number of taxes and the taxation rates continue to escalate throughout the Western world? Should the average American toil from January 1st to August 12th just to pay all costs imposed by federal, state, and local governments? What impact does Christianity make in the realm of taxation? Does the church have any infallible “thus says the Lord” from Scripture to apply to taxation?
Toward a Theology of Taxation pioneers the application of God’s infallible and sufficient Word to the area of taxation. Many areas are explored: What types of taxes are mentioned in Scripture? Does God disapprove of some types of tax? What tax did God institute in Old Testament Israel? What does the prophet Samuel’s warning against a centralized civil government teach about increased taxation? Is the modern concept of taxation as the vehicle for socialistic revolution really Biblical? In what ways does “Pay to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s” limit the civil government? Is a tax revolt Biblical?
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About The Author
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 focus on Biblical worldview, presuppositional apologetics, and systematic theology. These books may be viewed at His book, The Bible: God’s Words to You, is a nearly 900-page treatment of the doctrine of Scripture. It is the only comprehensive text on bibliology written from a presuppositional/Biblical-worldview perspective.
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