John Murray (1898-1975), a native of Scotland, studied at Princeton Theological Seminary under J. Gresham Machen and Geerhardus Vos. He taught systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary from 1930 to 1966, and was an early trustee of the Banner of Truth. Besides the material in the four-volume Collected Writings, his primary published works are a commentary on Romans, Redemption Accomplished and Applied, Principles of Conduct, The Imputation of Adam's Sin, Baptism, and Divorce.
- Iain Murray, The Life of John Murray: Professor of Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1937-1966, (1984), ISBN 0-85151-422-7
- The Collected Writings of John Murray, 4 volumes, Edinburgh, Banner of Truth Trust (1982), ISBN 0-85151-396-4
- "Arminianism and the Atonement"
- "Irresistible Grace"
- "Law and Grace"
- "The Covenant of Grace"
- "The Sovereignty of God"
- "Calvin on the Sovereignty of God"
- "Calvin, Dordt and Westminster on Predestination"