Murray (1898-1975) was an early professor at Westminster East Seminary and one of Reformed Christianity’s leading theologians.
On Common Grace
‘Common Grace’ in Works Buy vol. 2, pp. 93-119
Articles on the Sincere Free Offer of the Gospel
This comparison article puts quotes from Murray side by side with quotes from Richard Muller, one of the world’s leading historians of post-Reformation reformed theology, under 12 topical questions, demonstrating that Murray’s thesis on the ‘Well-meant’ offer of the gospel in the early 1900’s was not new or unique to him, but that every element of his position was standard fare from the age of the puritans.
‘The Atonement and the Free Offer of the Gospel’ in Works Buy vol. 1, pp. 59-85
How does the Sincere Free Offer of the Gospel harmonize with Limited Atonement? Read here to find out.
This is Murray’s main, and most well known, article on the subject. Murray exegetes Matt 5:44-48; Acts 14:17; Deut. 5:29; 32:29; Ps. 81:13 ff.; Isa. 48:18; Mt. 23:37; Lk. 13:34; Eze. 18:23,32; 33:11; Isa. 45:22; 2 Pet. 3:9. He concludes the article with 5 conclusions.
Articles Including Free Offer Material
‘The Reformed Faith and Modern Substitutes: Part IV’ in The Presbyterian Guardian, vol. 1 (1935), no. 12, pp. 200-201 and 211
Selections from Books with Free Offer Material
Redemption Accomplished and Applied Buy pp. 65, 107-113
The Epistle to the Romans Buy part one, pp. 58-60, and part two, p. 63
Principles of Conduct Buy pp. 177-178
Sermons with Free Offer Material
‘The Father’s Donation’, Works Buy vol. 3, pp. 204-209
(These references were gratefully gleaned from an unpublished bibliography on the Free Offer by Rev. Sherman Isbell)