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Refo500 Highlights the New Complete Works of Andrew Fuller Series

Refo500 highlights the first volume in the new series The complete works of Andrew Fuller, ed. by Michael Haykin. The first volume to be published in the series by De Gruyter is, … 154 more words


Fuller on Defending the Faith

by David E. Prince

“The struggle between religion and irreligion has existed in the world in all ages; and if there be two opposite interests which divide its inhabitants, the kingdom of Satan and the kingdom of God, it is reasonable to expect that the contest will continue till one of them be exterminated. 719 more words


Reflections on The Baptist Confession of Faith 1689: Part 21 ~ Christian Liberty

We are nearing the end of our Gospel Convergence series on the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith.  I would still encourage you to pick up a copy of the confession and read along with me.  795 more words

The Baptist Confession Of Faith 1689

Andrew Fuller on Spiritual Preaching as Gospel Preaching

Near the end of his life, Andrew Fuller (1754–1815) ruminated on spiritual preaching in a letter dated February 21, 1813, to his Scottish friend Christopher Anderson. 172 more words

Andrew Fuller

Christ Offered His Death to God One Time Only

Hebrews 7: 26 For it was indeed fitting that we should have such a high priest, holy, innocent, unstained, separated from sinners, and exalted above the heavens. 1,285 more words


Men Worth Remembering: Andrew Fuller

Men Worth Remembering: Andrew Fuller

By his Son, Andrew Gunton Fuller

The British Quarterly Review, 1883

WE question if “the Truth as it is in Jesus” has ever had, at any rate in some important respects, a nobler champion than it found in Andrew Fuller. 792 more words

Church History

Charles Spurgeon Reflects on Andrew Fuller’s Baptism

On July 19, 1863, Charles Haddon Spurgeon was preaching from Romans 10:10 on “Confession with the Mouth” at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. During the sermon he reflected on his reading “the life of good Andrew Fuller” the previous day. 440 more words

Charles H. Spurgeon