Archibald Alexander on Andrew Fuller

Andrew Fuller’s writings were widely read in America throughout the nineteenth century. As Archibald Alexander (1772–1851) remarked of his influence in a book review of the standard print copy of the Fuller corpus: “Few men of the last age, have left a deeper impression of their labours on the public mind, than Andrew Fuller.”[1]

[1]The complete works of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, with a Memoir of his life”, The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, 18, no.4 (1846), 547.