The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 2: Controversial Publications
The second installment of Fuller’s work includes his longer works, such as The Gospel Worthy of All Acception and The Gospel Its Own Witness, as well as his responses to critics and other theologians. There are several letters to his opponents, as well as his advocates. Included are Fuller’s imaginary dialogues between biblical characters.
- Title: The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, vol. 2: Controversial Publications
- Author: Andrew Fuller
- Series: The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller
- Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
- Publication Date: 1845
- Pages: 834
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.