Andrew Fuller writes on why loving God supremely is required because God is supreme.
Andrew Fuller writes on the nature of blessings and misery.
Andrew Fuller shows how the glory of God and the happiness of men are not at variance.
“A capacity to resent an injury is not always considered as a blemish, even in a private character; if it be governed by justice, and aimed at the correction of evil, it is generally allowed
“But the idea on which our opponents love principally to dwell is that of a father. Hence the charge that we " represent God in such a light that no earthly parent could imitate him,
“As to the nature and fitness of things, we cannot draw any conclusion thence against the loveliness of vindictive justice, as a Divine attribute, unless the thing itself can be proved to be unlovely. But
“It is further objected that, according to the Calvinistic system, God is a vindictive being, and that, as such, we cannot love him. It is said that we "represent God in such a light that
Andrew Fuller defends the doctrine of atonement.
Andrew Fuller reminds us what it means to worship an idol.
Andrew Fuller defends the doctrine of immediate divine agency.