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The Cooperative Program and the Road to Serfdom

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This book explains what’s wrong with the Cooperative Program and how Southern Baptists can break free of the poor stewardship and leftism to support causes that glorify God.

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This book explains what is wrong with the Cooperative Program, its progressivist founding, its inefficiency and corruption, and what Southern Baptists can do about it to save their Convention from itself. Written by a Certified Public Accountant and Pulpit & Pen’s senior correspondent, G. Seth Dunn, with a foreword by Pulpit & Pen’s JD Hall, this book is designed to help Southern Baptists break free of the Southern Baptist Convention.

How can you, as a Southern Baptist church member, keep your tithes and offerings from going to the corrupt and inefficient Cooperative Program? How can your Southern Baptist church opt-out of supporting the liberal and progressive, Social Justice entities of the SBC?

This book would be perfect for any Southern Baptist trying to be a good steward of God’s money and would make a fantastic gift for a pastor or leader who needs to know what’s really going on with their money.

 


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