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Sbht: At The Pure Fountain Of Thy Word

Michael A G Haykin (Ed)

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  • Dimensions: 18 x 111 x 111 mm
  • Weight: 0.455kg
  • Pages: 350

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One of the greatest Baptist theologiansof the eighteenth and early nineteenthcenturies Andrew Fuller has not hadjustice done to him. There is littledoubt that Fuller's theology lay behindthe revitalization of the Baptists in thelate eighteenth century and the firstfew decades of the nineteenth. Thiscollection of essays fills a much neededgap by examining a major area of Fuller'sthought his work as an apologist.


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One of the greatest Baptist theologiansof the eighteenth and early nineteenthcenturies Andrew Fuller has not hadjustice done to him. There is littledoubt that Fuller's theology lay behindthe revitalization of the Baptists in thelate eighteenth century and the firstfew decades of the nineteenth. Thiscollection of essays fills a much neededgap by examining a major area of Fuller'sthought his work as an apologist.
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One of the greatest Baptist theologians of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Andrew Fuller has not had justice done to him. There is little doubt that Fuller's theology lay behind the revitalization of the Baptists in the late eighteenth century and the first few decades of the nineteenth. This collection of essays fills a much needed gap by examining the major area of Fuller's thought, his work as an apologist. The book argues that the New Testament exegesis, which is at the heart of this reformulation, is fundamentally accurate, and that the resulting system is theologically coherent. The book also argues that this view is not a Baptist novelty, but is rather a recovery of the foundational Baptist thought of the seventeenth century. Book jacket.
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