An initial reading plan of Andrew Fuller

An initial reading plan of Andrew Fuller By Michael A.G. Haykin I was recently asked by a brother who had purchased Andrew Fuller’s Works where and what to begin reading. I suggested first off, his circular letters, especially these: Causes of Declension in Religion, and Means of Revival (1785) Why Christians in the present Day possess less Joy than the Primitive Disciples […]
Book Review: History: A Student’s Guide By Dustin Bruce Finn, Nathan. History: A Student’s Guide. Wheaton: Crossway, 2016. 111 pp. $11.99. Nathan Finn, dean of the School of Theology and Missions at Union University and Fellow of the Andrew Fuller Center, has written an excellent primer on the discipline of history and the nature of the historian’s task. This volume forms part of […]
Audio: The Life of Andrew Fuller by Pastor Harry Dowds The Life of Andrew Fuller by: Pastor Harry Dowds Presented on Thursday, 19th March 2015 at The Irish Baptist Historical Society (from The Life of Andrew Fuller
Books At a Glance Interviews the Authors of The Baptist Story Books At a Glance has posted a recent interview with Anthony L. Chute, Nathan A. Finn, and Michael A. G. Haykin, authors of The Baptist Story.  Books At a Glance (Fred Zaspel):  Hi this is Fred Zaspel executive editor here at books at a glance. Today we are talking with three authors Tony Chute, Nathan Finn and Michael […]
Book Review: What is the Incarnation?   William B. Evans, What is the Incarnation? (Phillipsburg. NJ: P&R Publishing, 2013; 31 pages. I have a long-standing tradition of reading a book relating to Christology around the time of Christmas. This year it was a booklet rather than a book, a part of the series Basics of the Faith, whose general editor is Sean Lucas, namely, […]