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Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815. Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815, Fuller, Andrew Gunton, Belcher, Joseph, 1794-1859, Baptists, Theology. Philadelphia : American Baptist Publication Society.
Author Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815. Categories: Nonfiction. Miscellaneous Pieces On Various Religious Subjects : Being the Last Remains of the Rev. Andrew Fuller. Miscellaneous Pieces On Various Religious.
It was during this period (1780–1801) that he became the dominant voice of evangelical Calvinism among the Particular Baptists through his preaching, writing and work as founding secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society (1792–1815).
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The diary of Andrew Fuller, 1780–1801. The Complete Works of Andrew Fuller, . Pp. xliii + 254. Berlin–Boston: De Gruyter, 2016. 978 3 11 041284 0 - Volume 69 Issue 2 - Nigel Aston.
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With engraved frontispiece of Andrew Fuller. After a long memoir of Fuller that contains extensive extracts from his diary and correspondence (pp. xv-xciii), this collection provides the text of works in which he defends the Christian Gospel against the immorality and absurdity of deism and replies to Thomas Paine while defending the doctrine of free grace against the charge that it tends to moral laxity, attacks