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An initial reading plan of Andrew Fuller

By Michael A.G. Haykin

I was recently asked by a brother who had purchased Andrew Fuller’s Works where and what to begin reading. I suggested first off, his circular letters, especially these:

1.Causes of Declension in Religion, and Means of Revival (1785)
2.Why Christians in the present Day possess less Joy than the Primitive Disciples (1795)
3.The Practical Uses of Christian Baptism (1802)
4.The Promise of the Spirit the grand Encouragement in promoting the Gospel (1810)

Then his Edwardsean work in which you see Fuller the theologian of love:

5.Memoirs of Rev. Samuel Pearce (1800)

His ordination sermons are also gems, especially:

6.The Qualifications and Encouragements of a Faithful Minister, illustrated by the Character and success of Barnabas
7.Spiritual Knowledge and Holy Love necessary for the Gospel Ministry
8.On an Intimate and Practical Acquaintance with the Word of God

Finally, the best of his apologetic works, his rebuttal of Sandemanianism:

9.Strictures on Sandemanianism (1810).

Tolle lege!

 

 
Source [Andrew Fuller Center]

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