The Writings of Andrew Fuller
The Gospel worthy of all acceptation, or the Obligations of Men fully to credit and cordially to approve whatever God makes known.
The Calvinistic and Socinian Systems examined and compared as to their Moral Tendency, 1794, 1796, 1802.
The Gospel its own Witness, or the Holy Nature and Divine Harmony of the Christian Religion contrasted with the Immorality and Absurdity of Deism, 1799–1800.
An Apology for the late Christian Missions to India.
Memoirs of the Rev. Samuel Pearce, A.M., of Birmingham, 1800.
Expository Discourses on Genesis, 2 vols. 1806.
Expository Discourses on the Apocalypse, 1815.
Sermons on Various Subjects, 1814.
The Backslider, 1801, 1840, 1847.
Fuller also wrote pamphlets, sermons, and essays. He contributed to Charles Edward de Coetlogon's Theological Miscellany, the Evangelical Magazine, the Missionary Magazine, the Quarterly Magazine, the Protestant Dissenters' Magazine, and the Biblical Magazine. John Ryland, in his Life of Fuller, enumerated 167 articles that Fuller had contributed.
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