1Philip Schaff, The Creeds of Christendom, 3 vols, 6th edition [1931, by David Schaff] (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, n.d.) 1:7.
2Thomas Campbell, Declaration and Address (St. Louis: Mission Messenger, 1972), 45.
3Robert A. Baker, ea., A Baptist Source Book (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1966), 78.
5John A. Broadus, Memoir of James P. Boyce (New York: Armstrong and Son, 1893), 140.
6J. P. Boyce, Three Changes in Theological Institutions (Greenville, S.C.: C. J. Elford’s Book and Job Press, 1856), 41.
7Barclay, p. 6.
8B. H. Carroll, An Interpretation of the English Bible (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1948), 140, 147.
9Ibid., 140,146, 147.
10Richard Furman, Unity and Peace. (Charleston: printed by Markland McIver & Co., 1794), p. 13.
12Minutes of the Philadelphia Association 1707-1807, ed. A. D. Gillette (Philadelphia: American Baptist Publication Society, 1851), 58.
13Boyce, Three Changes, 35.
15J. B. Gambrell, Ten Years in Texas (Dallas: The Baptist Standard, 1910), 128, 129.
16Annual of the SBC, 1925, 71.
17The time may soon come when the theological issues raised by Liberation Theology and Process Theology will call for special treatment in the Baptist Faith and Message.