Books by John Murray
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Volume 1: The Claims of Truth
The most important of Murray’s shorter writings illustrating his conviction that theology should be ‘shot through with ardent devotion’. 392pp.
Volume 2: Systematic Theology
Murray’s own selection from his articles and lectures in systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia. 432pp.
Volume 3: Life, Sermons, Reviews
An illustrated biography by Iain H. Murray, and the first published collection of John Murray’s sermons, with several reviews. 408pp.
Volume 4: Studies in Theology
A number of longer articles on doctrinal subjects, along with selections from Murray’s work in historical theology. 400pp.
4 Volume Set
The complete writtings of John Murray, one of the shinning stars of 20th century Presbyterianism. 1224pp.
Illustrates from the biblical evidence that the offer of Christ in the gospel shows an ardent desire in the heart of God that all who hear should possess Christ and enjoy the salvation that is in him. 32pp.
Beginning with the work of Christ at Calvary, Murray proceeds to a moving and masterly account of how that redemption comes to expression in Christian experience. ‘One of the greatest theological books written in the last hundred years’ [Free Church Witness]. Reset edition 2009. 200pp.