Andrew Fuller defends the doctrine of immediate divine agency.
“If the moral law require love to God with all the heart, and soul, and mind, and strength, and to our neighbour as ourselves, it cannot allow the least degree of alienation of the heart
“The eternal standard of right and wrong is the moral law, summed up in love to God with all the heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to our neighbour as ourselves. This law is holy,
“But, further, let us examine a little more particularly what sort of people they, in general, are who are converted to Socinianism. It is an object worthy of inquiry, whether they appear to be modest,
Andrew Fuller writes on the folly of accommodating the Gospel.
“The Jews were greatly offended at our Lord's words; and his not explaining them so as to remove the stumbling-block out of the way may serve to teach us how we ought to proceed in
Andrew Fuller writes on the an essential aspect of true conversion.
Fuller writes on the evil of sin.
Andrew Fuller writes on the nature of repentance.
Andrew Fuller writes on danger of Spiritual Pride