The Works of Andrew Fuller

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Jun 1, 2007


General Theology, Pastoral Biography




Whole Bible

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This Baptist minister and theologian was a truly outstanding man and one of the most attractive personalities in church history. C.H. Spurgeon called Fuller, ‘The greatest theologian of his century,’ while his close friend, William Carey (1761-1834) expressed the thought of many who were personally acquainted with him, when he said, ‘I loved him.’

The dominant theme of Fuller’s Works is ‘the grace of God in the gospel.’ In his last letter to his friend John Ryland, Jr., Fuller testified: ‘I have preached and written much against the abuse of the doctrine of grace, but that doctrine is all my salvation and all my desire. I have no other hope than from salvation by mere sovereign, efficacious grace through the atonement of my Lord and Saviour’.

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I 1754 – 1776 Mr Fuller’s Birth… xv
II 1777 – 1783 Change in his Manner of Preach­ing… xxvii
III 1784 – 1792 Labours at Kettering… xxxviii
IV 1793 – 1814 Formation of Baptist Mission… lvi
V 1814, 1815 Journeys into various parts of Eng­land… lxxxii
  The Gospel Its Own Witness 3
  PART I  
  The Holy Nature Of The Christian Religion Con­trasted With The Immorality Of Deism 6
  The Harmony Of The Christian Religion Considered As An Evidence Of Its Divinity 28
  To Deists 45
  To The Jews 47
  To Christians 49
  The Calvinistic And Socinian Systems Examined And Compared As To Their Moral Tendency 50
  Socinianism Indefensible, Containing A Reply To Dr Toulmin And Mr Kentish 110
  Reflections On Mr Belsham’s Review Of Mr Wilberforce’s Treatise On Christianity 131
  Letters To Mr Vidler On Universal Salvation 133
  The Gospel Worthy Of All Acceptation  
  advertisement to the second edition 150
  PART I  
  The Subject Shown To Be Important, Stated, And Explained 152
  Arguments To Prove Faith In Christ To Be The Duty Of All Who Hear, Or Have Opportunity To Hear, The Gospel 157
  Objections Answered 168
  Concluding Reflections 175
  Appendix 179
  Defence Of The “Gospel Worthy Of All Acceptation,” In Reply To Mr Button And Philanthropos 191
  The Reality And Efficacy Of Divine Grace, By Agnostos 234
  Strictures On Sandemanianism, In Twelve Letters To A Friend 256
  Dialogues And Letters Between Crispus And Gaius 294
  Conversations Between Peter, James, And John 309
  Letters on the controversy with the rev a booth 317
  Letters Relative To Mr Martin’s Pub­lication On The Duty Of Faith In Christ 325
  Antinomianism Contrasted With The Religion Of The Holy Scriptures 334
  Exposition Of Passages Relating To The Conversion Of The Jews 497
  Exposition Of Certain Prophecies Relating To The Millennium 503
  Exposition Of Those Scriptures Which Refer To The Unpardonable Sin 505
  Expository Notes On Various Passages 507
  Exposition Of Passages Apparently Contradictory 529
  Sermons And Sketches 538
  Circular Letters 714
  Letters On Systematic Divinity 740
  Thoughts On Preaching 752
  Memoirs Of The Rev Samuel Pearce 760
  An Apology For The Late Christian Missions To India, In Three Parts, With An Appendix 796
  Essays, Letters, On Ecclesiastical Polity 829
  Miscellaneous tracts, essays, let­ters, 863
  Reviews 962
  Answers To Queries 971
  Fugitive Pieces 984


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  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Joe Connolly

    Andrew Fuller said: “A persuasion of Christ being both able and willing to save all them that come unto God by him, and consequently to save us, if we so apply, is very different, from a persuasion that we are the children of God, and interested in the blessings of the gospel.” It is the “if we so apply” part that this Christian finds troubling: Does my salvation rest on my ‘applying’ to God for it? The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ tells me that Christ determined to save those whom He loved from all eternity, even though they did not ‘apply’ to Him to do so! We are made willing in the day of His power – we do not make Him willing by ‘applying’. Christ is mighty to save, and He has performed the work for His blood-bought people. Fuller’s theology is inconsistent, and seems to be an apology for the doctrine of particular election and reprobation, as though he were ashamed of these truths.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    David J Bissett

    Andrew Fuller was a dynamic theological, writing and pastor/preacher. I have this huge volume (one of the biggest books I own), and every time I read Andrew Fuller I am refreshed. There is a vividness to his style and a passion in his writings. Highly recommended.
    PS – contrary to one other review on this site, I do not see any cause of concern in AF. The particular phrase quoted by the other reviewer is fine, when rightly understood.

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