This paper argues that Andrew Fuller’s eschatological thought gives a central role to the Jews in the redemptive plan of God. Fuller’s belief in the Jews’ future conversion and restoration is shown to be a key fixture of his theology. This paper first provides an explanation of Fuller’s eschatological framework, characterized by postmillennialism and a focus on the Jews’ conversion and restoration. Second, the paper surveys the history of the Jews in England from their expulsion in 1290 to the Georgian period, providing a context for Fuller’s theological perspective. Third, the paper examines Fuller’s theology of the Jewish people, focusing on his involvement with the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews. Overall, this paper argues that Fuller’s eschatology was deeply influenced by his belief in the Jews’ future conversion and restoration and that this belief played a central role in his theological thought.