1E. Brooks Holifield, The Gentleman Theologians: American Theology in Southern Culture 1795-1860 (Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1978).
2John A. Broadus, Memoir of James Petigru Boyce (New York: A. C. Armstrong and Son, 1893), p. 16.
3Broadus, p. 34.
4James O. Murray, Francis Wayland, “American Religious Leaders”, (Boston: Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1891), pp. 181-182.
5Murray, Francis Wayland, pp. 183-184.
6Francis Wayland, A Memoir of the Life and Labors of Francis Wayland, Volume 2, pp. 163-164. See also Francis Wayland, Notes on the Principles and Practices of Baptist Churches, (New York: Sheldon, Blakeman and Company, 1857), esp. pp. 72-79.
7Broadus, p. 44.
8Broadus, p. 45.
9Broadus, p. 60.
10Samuel Miller, Doctrinal Integrity: The Utility and Importance of Creeds and Confessions and Adherence to Our Doctrinal Standards, (Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1824, 1839, 1841, republished Dallas: Presbyterian Heritage Publication, 1989), p. 11.
11Miller, p. 13.
12Broadus, p. 88.
13Broadus, p. 105.
14Report of the Committee on Organization, The Southern Baptist, May 11, 1858, p. 1.
15James Petigru Boyce, “Three Changes in Theological Institutions,” in James Petigru Boyce: Selected Writings, edited by Timothy George (Nashville: Broadman Press, 1989), pp. 35-36.
16Boyce, p. 39.
17Boyce, p. 41.
18Boyce, p. 49.
19Boyce, p. 49.
20Boyce, p. 51.
21Boyce, p. 56.