This first volume contains Fuller’s biography as written by his son, Andrew Gunton Fuller. It is supplemented by excerpts from Fuller’s diaries and letters, followed by ninety-two sermons and forty-eight expositions on various scriptures. It finishes with Fuller’s views on preaching and sermon construction.
- Title: The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 1: Memoirs, Sermons, ETC
- Author: Andrew Fuller
- Series: The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller
- Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
- Publication Date: 1845
- Pages: 731
About Andrew Fuller
Andrew Fuller, the son of poor Baptist farmers, was born in Wicken, Cambridgeshire, England, on February 5, 1754. He became a Baptist preacher at the young age of seventeen and formed a theology based on the writings of Jonathan Edwards and John Calvin, professing a new kind of Calvinism promoting evangelical missions. He sought to combine his theology with practical matters of salvation and worked tirelessly with missionaries, becoming a forerunner to modern ideas of missions. Fuller pastored for thirty-one years while engaging in theological debates and questions.