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Iain Murray (author)

Iain Murray
Iain Murray at Draper's Valley Presbyterian Church, Virginia USA on 30-May-2009
Born (1931-04-19) 19 April 1931
Lancashire, England
Education University of Durham
Known for Assisting Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones at Westminster Chapel
Founding Banner of Truth Trust
Title Reverend
Editorial Director
Religion Christian
Denomination Presbyterian Church of Australia

Iain Hamish Murray (born 1931) is a British [1] (1956–59) and subsequently at Grove Chapel, London (1961–69) and St. Giles Presbyterian Church, Sydney, Australia, (1981–84). In 1957 he and Jack Cullum founded the Reformed publishing house, the Banner of Truth Trust,[2] for which he remains a trustee.


Books by Iain Murray include:

  • Australian Christian Life from 1788 : an introduction and an anthology, (1988), ISBN 0-85151-524-X
  • D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones : The First Forty Years, (1982), ISBN 0-85151-353-0
  • D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones : The Fight of Faith, (1990), ISBN 0-85151-564-9
  • The Forgotten Spurgeon, (1966), ISBN 0-85151-156-2
  • Spurgeon and the Church of England, (1966) – a booklet
  • Jonathan Edwards : A New Biography, (1988), ISBN 0-85151-494-4
  • The Life of Arthur W. Pink, ISBN 0-85151-883-4
  • The Life of John Murray : Professor of Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1937-1966, (1984), ISBN 0-85151-422-7, ISBN 0-85151-426-X
  • The Puritan Hope : Revival and the Interpretation of Prophecy, (1971, London: Banner of Truth Trust), ISBN 0-85151-247-X (pbk)
  • Revival & Revivalism : The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750-1858, (1994), ISBN 0-85151-660-2
  • Spurgeon v. Hyper-Calvinism : The Battle for Gospel Preaching, (1995, London: Banner of Truth Trust), ISBN 0-85151-692-0 (pbk)
  • Pentecost today? : The Biblical Basis for Understanding Revival, (1998), ISBN 0-85151-752-8
  • Evangelicalism Divided : A Record of Crucial Change in the Years 1950 to 2000, (2000), ISBN 0-85151-783-8
  • Diary of Kenneth MacRae : a record of fifty years in the Christian ministry, (1980), ISBN 0-85151-297-6
  • The Invitation System, (1960), ISBN 0-85151-171-6
  • Letters of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, (1992), ISBN 0-85151-606-8
  • Should the Psalter be the only hymnal of the church?, (2001), ISBN 0-85151-809-5
  • The Reformation of the Church : a collection of Reformed and Puritan documents on Church issues, (1965), ISBN 0-85151-118-X (pbk)
  • The Unresolved Controversy : unity with non-Evangelicals, (2001), ISBN 0-85151-810-9 (pbk)
  • Wesley and Men Who Followed, ISBN 0-85151-835-4
  • Old Evangelicalism – Old Truths for a New Awakening, ISBN 0-85151-901-6
  • The happy man : the abiding witness of Lachlan Mackenzie, (1979), ISBN 0-85151-282-8
  • A Scottish Christian Heritage, (2006), ISBN 0-85151-930-X
  • Lloyd-Jones: Messenger of Grace, (2008), ISBN 0-85151-975-X
  • Heroes, (2009), ISBN 978-1-84871-024-5
  • The Undercover Revolution: how fiction changed Britain, (2009), ISBN 978-1-84871-012-2
  • John MacArthur: Servant of the Word and Flock, (2011), ISBN 978-1-84871-112-9
  • Amy Carmichael: Beauty for Ashes, (2015), ISBN 978-1-84871-552-3


  1. ^ George, Timothy (2009). J. I. Packer and the Evangelical Future: The Impact of His Life and Thought. Baker. p. 1905. 
  2. ^ Stein, Stephen J. (2007). The Cambridge Companion to Jonathan Edwards. Cambridge University Press. p. 230. 

External links

  • The Banner of Truth Trust – "Biblical Christianity through Literature"
  • followed by a lengthy annotated bibliographyEvangelicalism DividedDr. Andrew David Naselli's review of Iain Murray's
  • Biographical Sketch of Iain H. Murray at
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