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The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller (3 vols.)

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, 1988

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Andrew Fuller was a significant Baptist preacher in England, contemporary of George Whitefield and Charles Wesley. He is best known for his enthusiastic views on evangelical Calvinism and his rejection of hyper-Calvinism popular at the time. Fuller’s theology matched that of Jonathan Edwards, John Owens, and John Bunyan. He believed in the inerrancy of Scripture and salvation by faith alone. Fuller is most famous for his defense of Calvinism and evangelical thinking, believing that Scripture supported both views. He promoted these ideas with vigor throughout his life, believing that a theology based entirely on scripture alone was essential to proper doctrine. Fuller also was involved in the Baptist Missionary Society founded by William Carey, believing that missions was an important part of Christianity.

Students, professors, and those interested in Calvinism studies and Reformed thinking will find these works to be invaluable. This comprehensive set includes all of Fuller’s writings: letters, sermons, essays, books, views on preaching, expositions on scripture, and sermon reviews.

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  • Includes memoir of Fuller’s life by his son, Andrew Gunton Fuller
  • Contains Fuller’s well-known The Gospel Worthy of All Acceptation
  • Prominent work on Evangelical Calvinism
  • Detailed table of contents and indexes
  • Title: The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller (3 vols.)
  • Author: Andrew Fuller
  • Publisher: American Baptist Publication Society
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 2,427
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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.

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  1. Terry Phillips
    This is an excellent resource featuring one of most influential and often overlooked theologians in Christian history leading into the modern age. Sadly however, like a few other great resources, it is not fully integrated into Logos. Sermons and discourses clearly noted by scriptural reference in the resources index do not show up anywhere in the Logos passage guide. I use Logos spicily to bring all information related to an individual scripture passage into a single place. If I must look them up individually then much, if not most of what I purchased Logos for is lost.
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