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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Archibald G. Brown

Spurgeon's Successor

by Iain H. Murray


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A biography of Archibald G. Brown (1844-1922), who built a church to seat 3000 in the East End of London while still in his twenties, led mission work among the poor, and was Co-pastor and then Pastor of the Metropolitan Tabernacle, 1907-10. 432pp. Illustrated.

The Unresolved Controversy

Unity With Non-Evangelicals

by Iain H. Murray


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An address summarizing the central theme of the author’s book Evangelicalism Divided. 32pp.


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Should preachers ask for a public response in evangelistic meetings? 44pp.

The Cross

The Cross

The Pulpit of God's Love

by Iain H. Murray


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Helps us to think through the message of the cross, and to appreciate God’s love and justice in the death of Christ. 48pp.

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