Iain H. Murray Books

Born in England in 1931, Iain Murray studied history and philosophy at the University of Durham and considered becoming an English Presbyterian Church minister. While at the university, though, he read material written by the Puritans and began assisting at St. John’s Free Church in Oxford. While there, he served as the first editor of The Banner of Truth magazine. From 1956-1959, he served as assistant to D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones at Westminster Chapel and, in 1957, he co-founded the Banner of Truth Trust. Iain Murray books include J.C. Ryle: Prepared to Stand Alone, giving Christians the opportunity to discover more about this influential 19th century evangelical author who had been largely forgotten; a two-volume biography titled D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (with individual volumes also available separately: 1 and 2); Forgotten Spurgeon in which he focuses on clearing up misconceptions about Spurgeon and delineates his spiritual beliefs; and a biography of a remarkable woman, Amy Carmichael.

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Letters Of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Letters Of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Selected With Notes by Iain H. Murray

by Iain H. Murray, C. H. Spurgeon


price $11.00 $9.90

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A selection, with notes by Iain H. Murray. 224pp.

John Knox and the Reformation
price $11.00 $9.90

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A collection of two addresses by Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones and one by Iain H. Murray on the man who was instrumental, under God’s blessing, in transforming the nation of Scotland. 144pp.

Forgotten Spurgeon
price $17.00 $13.60

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An incisive, historical and theological insight into the great 19th-century Baptist and the doctrines which moulded his life and thought. 288pp.

Rest in God

Rest in God

A Calamity in Contemporary Christianity

by Iain H. Murray


price $3.00 $2.40

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Subtitled ‘A Calamity in Contemporary Christianity’, shows that a day specially set apart has come down from creation, and in essence its meaning has not changed. 40pp.

The Psalter

The Only Hymnal?

by Iain H. Murray


price $2.50 $2.00

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Shows that Psalms set to music are a rich heritage and one not to be set aside, but there are biblical reasons why it is a mistake to suppose that the words of the Old Testament alone are to be used in sung praise. 32pp.


price $27.00 $24.30

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Concerned with the spiritual explanation of the movement, which far from dwindling at Wesley’s death, increased in momentum, breadth and transforming power. A thrilling study of great relevance for the contemporary church, pointing to the key to the recovery of authentic Christianity. 288pp.

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Murray explores Scotland’s rich Christian heritage and underlines its remarkable relevance for our own day. While not a Scottish Church history, A Scottish Christian Heritage is a gripping introduction to the many glorious successes, and some of the painful failures of the church, from the days of John Knox to those of Horatius Bonar. 416pp.

Revival And Revivalism

Revival And Revivalism

The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750 - 1858

by Iain H. Murray


price $33.00 $29.70
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Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750–1858’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’. 480pp.

Pentecost – Today?

The Biblical Basis for Understanding Revival

by Iain H. Murray


price $26.00 $23.40
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Presents the biblical teaching on which our understanding of revival should be based. 240pp.

Old Evangelicalism

Old Truths for a New Awakening

by Iain H. Murray


price $26.00 $23.40

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Iain Murray draws on the best authors from the old evangelicalism to present ‘Old Truths for a New Awakening.’ 240pp.

Lloyd-Jones

Lloyd-Jones

Messenger of Grace

by Iain H. Murray


price $28.00 $22.40

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Concentrates on the themes of true preaching, the place of full assurance of salvation, and Lloyd-Jones’ understanding of the church. With new material, and an audio CD of Lloyd-Jones preaching. 288pp.

Life of Arthur W. Pink
price $29.00 $26.10
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The heart-stirring and compelling story of a strong and complex character—a ‘Mr Valiant-for-truth’ who was also a humble Christian. A revised and enlarged edition of Murray’s original 1981 biography. 368pp.

Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edwards

A New Biography

by Iain H. Murray


price $33.00 $29.70
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Edwards’ theology is here set in its proper context of his life. We see him in public and private, as pastor in the days of the Great Awakening, as well as in the ‘wilderness’ years in Stockbridge. 536pp. Illustrated.

John MacArthur

John MacArthur

Servant of the Word and Flock

by Iain H. Murray


price $27.00 $24.30
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A biography of the pastor for more than forty years of Grace Community Church, Los Angeles. John MacArthur has proved that true preaching of the Word of God is international, and his sermons are heard or read in more than two hundred countries around the world. 264pp. Illustrated.

Heroes
price $28.00 $25.20
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Iain Murray writes on specific aspects of some of the Christians he particularly admires from past years. Most space is given to little-known figures, such as Robert Kalley and William Hewitson, missionaries to Madeira, and Charles and Mary Colcock Jones of Georgia. 320pp.

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Evangelicalism Divided

A Record of Crucial Change in the Years 1950 to 2000

by Iain H. Murray


price $27.00 $21.60
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A penetrating review of 50 years of crucial change in evangelical attitudes and alignments, 1950–2000. 352pp.

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