Andrew Fuller, (b. 1754), was hardly less influential among the Particular Baptists. His modified Calvinistic theology had great influence on the Baptists of the United States, as well as of England, especially his teaching of a general atonement sufficient for the sins of the race, not a particular atonement for the elect only.
–“Elements in Baptist Development” Advance in England and Wales. Ed. Ilsley Boone. Boston: The Backus Historical Society, 1913. 9-22