The Works of Andrew Fuller
"Without a doubt, he was the greatest theologian of the late eighteenth-century transatlantic Baptist community"See All
Michael A. G. Haykin
Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality and Director of The Andrew Fuller Center at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
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’.