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‘I Just Need to Preach.’ — Paul Washer on Reading Books by Iain Murray

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Category Book Reviews
Date June 3, 2020

Paul Washer talks about the impact Iain Murray’s books have had on his life and ministry, especially the biography of D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

Two Questions

Summer is fast approaching and many of us are still stuck at home. Although this can be challenging, don’t you agree that this is a great opportunity to work through a solid Christian book? Is there a biography (perhaps a larger one) that you’ve been meaning to read for years, but you haven’t found the time? 

A Suggestion

The unique time that we find ourselves in presents us all with a great opportunity to devote ourselves to reading. You may have some well-recommended biographies on your shelves at home that you have neglected. If so, perhaps now is the perfect time to dust them off and crack them open. Or, if you find yourself in need of something to read, one of the Iain Murray books below might be a good place to start – we think Paul Washer would agree.

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Some good books:

 

If you are looking for something else, consider sifting through the Banner Classics, our Puritan Paperbacks Series, or the Banner Biographies.

Tolle Lege!

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