Andrew Fuller writes on the civil protections that should be afforded all religious people.
Andrew Fuller writes on the sovereignty of God and the goodness of His judgments.
“In the great controversy in the time of Elijah, recourse was had to an expedient by which the question was decided. Each party built an altar, cut in pieces a bullock, and laid the victim
Andrew Fuller on Christian unity.
“The manner in which things of later ages have moved on, in the religious world, has been such as to admit of a larger outer-court, if I may so speak, for a sort of half
Andrew Fuller writes an exhorts Christians to stay
Andrew Fuller writes on the limits of philosophy.
Andrew Fuller writes on the ultimate purpose of redemption.
“2. The Scriptures inform us that, before creation was begun, our world was marked out by Eternal Wisdom as the theatre of its joyful operations. This idea is forcibly expressed in the eighth chapter of
“Let us therefore proceed, Secondly, to offer evidence that the Christian doctrine of redemption is strengthened and aggrandized by the supposed magnitude of creation. 1. The Scripture teaches that God's regard to man is an