Iain H. Murray

Behind the cry for relevance is a wrong estimate of human nature. Man is a product not of his times but of the Fall – Iain H. Murray

The Scripture everywhere represents the will and power of God as first, not second, in salvation – Iain H. Murray

Truth is only rightly believed to the extent that it is embodied in life – Iain H. Murray

The most insidious opposition to the gospel has come from within worldly churches – Iain H. Murray

All duties are vain the sight of God where the pursuit of holiness is absent – Iain H. Murray