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Iain Hamish Murray is an author, preacher, and co-founder of the Banner of Truth Trust.

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Seven Leaders – Preachers & Pastors20
Iain H. Murray

The author is convinced that important lessons may be learned from ministers of bygone ages. He presents role models for aspiring ministers to follow, men whose example serves to both challenge and encourage. Seasoned pastors will also benefit from reading…

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Prepared to Stand Alone – J C Ryle
Iain H. Murray

Readers of J. C. Ryle’s Expository thoughts on the Gospels and other classics may feel well acquainted already with the author. But while Ryle’s character is clear from his writings, personal anecdotes and experiences are almost entirely absent. Iain Murray has done…

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Amy Carmichael – Beauty for Ashes
Iain H. Murray

This is a brief, heart-warming and balanced biography of a great woman of God. Her enormous love and firm resolve remain an inspiration to the church worldwide.  Even before reaching India Amy demonstrated her resolve to serve Christ on the…

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Evangelical Holiness
Iain H. Murray

Evangelical holiness, and other addresses Iain H. MurrayBanner of Truth178 pages, £6.00ISBN: 978-1-84871-319-2Star Rating : 5 An author as influential as Iain Murray always deserves a hearing. Few would argue with Geoff Thomas’s commendation on the back cover, ‘All that…

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The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981)
Iain H. Murray

This book is a re-cast, condensed and, in parts, re-written version of the author’s two volumes D. Martyn Lloyd- Jones: The First Forty Years (1982) and The Fight of Faith (1990). Since those dates, the life of Dr Lloyd-Jones has…

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Archibald G. Brown
Iain H. Murray

Archibald G.Brown (1844-1922), instead of following his father to wealth in commerce and banking, built a church to hold 3,000 in the East End of London while still in his twenties. Five thousand eight hundred were to join in 30…

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John Knox and the Reformation
Iain H. Murray

It is the duty of all Christians to remember those faithful men from whom they heard the gospel of Christ. For those of Scottish descent no Christian leader deserves more to be remembered than John Knox. Born in Haddington around…

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John MacArthur – Servant of the Word and Flock
Iain H. Murray

Through more than forty years, John MacArthur has opened and taught the Word of God in one local congregation, Grace Community Church, Los Angeles. Consequences have followed which no one anticipated, and which the preacher attributes to 'the sovereign hand…

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A Day’s March Nearer Home: Autobiography of J. Graham Miller
J. Graham Miller

The approval of God and faithfulness to Scripture were Graham Miller's first concerns, and his autobiography will surely stir the same ambitions in others.

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Heroes
Iain H. Murray

"Next to the Holy Scriptures, the greatest aid to the life of faith may be Christian biographies" -A.W. Tozer. Herein Iain Murray provides keen insight into several dear saints whom he has come to especially admire.

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The Undercover Revolution: How Fiction Changed Britain
Iain H. Murray

Here is a fascinating study, centring on the lives and motivations of nineteenth-century novelists Robert Louis Stevenson and Thomas Hardy, Iain Murray traces a surprising degree of evangelical influence upon them – but an influence rejected. Thomas Hardy, it seems,…

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Lloyd-Jones: Messenger of Grace
Iain H. Murray

This book by long-time friend of the doctor is not so much biography as an exposition of three key themes in the doctor's life and ministry. These being preaching, the Holy Spirit and whether Lloyd-Jones was unnecessarily divisive in his…

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