Dominating my academic thinking for a number of years now has been the Andrew Fuller Works project, which seeks to produce a critical edition of all of the works of Andrew Fuller. At the heart of it is Fuller’s self-understanding as an English Christian, a Baptist, and an Anglo-American Reformed pastor-theologian. Understanding Fuller is a central key to understanding the Anglo-American Baptist scene in the nineteenth century. By no means the only key, but a central hermeneutic. Witness the admiration of such theologians as Jesse Mercer, the Manlys and James Petigru Boyce, Christmas Evans, and CH Spurgeon for Fuller, not to mention men like Thomas Chalmers and Archibald Alexander.