Andrew Fuller News!

Greetings friends of Fuller!

I wanted to keep you abreast of some Fuller news…

First, with some slight changes, this next issue of Eusebeia: The Bulletin of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies will be dedicated to Andrew Fuller. Instead of the issue on the Puritans (which has been moved to the Fall 2008 issue) this coming issue (Spring 2008) will have many of the papers that were presented at last years Fuller conference that was held at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary as well as a few others that were not. So, if you are a fan of Fuller, look forward to this coming issue with articles by Tom Nettles, Barry Howson, Jeff Jue, Carl Trueman, and Russ Moore amongst others!

Second, if you are anywhere near the Chicago area on March 28-29 be sure to visit the Midwest Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society being held at the Moody Bible Institute. On Friday at 11:00 AM, yours truly, will be presenting a paper titled, “‘To Declare the Whole Counsel of God’: Andrew Fuller (1754-1815) on Preaching.” I do hope at least a handful of people will attend! If you are unable to attend the conference presentation, I will be planning on seeking publication for the article in the near future and will keep you all informed.

Blessings to you all!

Allen Mickle


Filed under Andrew Fuller, Conference, Eusebeia

3 responses to “Andrew Fuller News!

  1. Chris Chun

    Thanks, Allen for the update. I wish you the best as you deliver your paper on Fuller’s preaching — I’m sorry that I won’t be able to make it.

  2. Just an up-date. My paper presentation at ETS went well. I had about 15 or so people listen in and I think people were pretty interested in the subject and were encouraged and challenged by Fuller’s thoughts on preaching. May we pray for more biblical preaching today instead of the anemic preaching we hear often.

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