Our Beliefs

The members of CPFI adhere to these beliefs

  • We believe the Bible, in its original languages to be the inspired, inerrant Word of God, the only infallible and authoritative rule of faith and conduct.
  • We believe in one God, maker of all things, eternally existent as: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit - the Holy Trinity.
  • We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, true man and true God; conceived of the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary.
  • We believe that the Lord Jesus lived a sinless life, performed miracles, was crucified for our sins, was buried, bodily resurrected, and ascended to the right hand of the Father. 
  • We believe that man is made in the image of God and that since the fall, all men are born as sinners unable to save themselves. 
  • We believe in the personal salvation of believers through the substitutionary sacrificial death and shed blood of Jesus Christ - being justified by faith alone. 
  • We believe in the future return of the Lord Jesus in power and glory. 
  • We believe in the presence and power of the Holy Spirit, indwelling each believer, transforming us and enabling us to live a Godly life. 
  • We believe in the bodily resurrection of the just and the unjust; those who are saved to everlasting blessedness and those who are lost unto the resurrection of damnation. 
  • We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.

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CPFI Position on Conscience Clause:

Pharmacists have the moral and legal responsibility to refuse to dispense a prescription that, in the pharmacist's judgment might be harmful to the patient, either directly or indirectly. Therefore, the Board of Directors of CPFI supports the right of all pharmacists to refuse to dispense a prescription that goes against their moral conscience.

No regulatory authority should be allowed to force a pharmacist to dispense a prescription against his/her best judgment or refer a patient to another healthcare provider. Likewise, a pharmacist should not engage in any activity that impairs a patient from seeking care from another provider.

Furthermore, the Board acknowledges the responsibility of Christian pharmacists to follow Biblical principles including the sanctity of life and life begins at the time of conception. Therefore, CPFI supports the right of Christian pharmacists, based upon Biblical principles and their moral convictions, to exercise their conscience within the realm of professional practice.

Approved: Board of Directors, June 14, 2005