Rushton, William. A Defense of Particular Redemption wherein the doctrine of Andrew Fuller relative to the Atonement of Christ is Tried by the Word of God
Rushton, William. A Defense of Particular Redemption wherein the doctrine of Andrew Fuller relative to the Atonement of Christ is Tried by the Word of God

Rushton, William. A Defense of Particular Redemption wherein the doctrine of Andrew Fuller relative to the Atonement of Christ is Tried by the Word of God

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Rushton, William. A Defense of Particular Redemption wherein the doctrine of Andrew Fuller relative to the Atonement of Christ is Tried by the Word of God. Elon College, NC: Primitive Publications, 1973.

Red cloth, no dj, ex Bible college library, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches, 155 clean pp. Good. Hardcover.  [5007] 

“Written in 1831, when the duty-faith teaching of Andrew Fuller was gaining ascendancy among Baptists. This book shows that Fuller, though claiming to be a Particular Baptist, did not truly hold the doctrine of particular redemption; and also reveals the inconsistency of preaching an indefinite atonement. The modern teaching of universal atonement and free offers is a greater issue now than in Fuller’s day.” - publisher.