When I've had time of late, I've been listening the audio messages from the 6th annual Andrew Fuller Conference held at SBTS on September 21-22, 2012 under the theme "Andrew Fuller & His Friends." You can find links to download audio of all the conference messages on Dr. Michael Haykin's blog. Ever since I read (and reviewed) Paul Brewster's biography of Fuller, I've been intrigued by how Fuller's legacy might be interpreted. Did he help bring about a revival of evangelistic zeal among high-Calvinistic Particular Baptists? Or: Did he introduce Arminian views that would set many of those Particular Baptists on the road to pragmatism and doctrinal compromise? The speakers at this conference would answer affirmatively to the former (listen espcially to Finn's message; though this issue is not the focus of the conference).
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