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"There should be an 'Abstract of Principles', or careful statement of theological belief, which every professor in such an institution must sign when inaugurated, so as to guard against the rise of erroneous and injurious instruction in such a seat of sacred learning."

James P. Boyce
from "Three Changes in
Theological Institutions"
- summarized by John Broadus, 1856


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The contributors to Baptist2Baptist uniformly believe that God is working through the Southern Baptist Convention in a mighty and effective way, and that He is continuing to bless the Cooperative Program as a powerful tool to reach the world for Christ. They desire to make these blessings more widely known, so as to equip others to effectively counter any misperceptions with the truth. While each contributor's opinions are his or her own, and spoken from varying individual perspectives, the common theme of their submissions is that the Cooperative Program, and its use of state convention partnerships that promote traditional CP giving, has become the greatest funding tool for evangelism in history, and deserves the trust and continued investment of every Southern Baptist, as well as full support by every state convention.

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