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Andrew Murray lived from 1828 through 1917. He is probably best known for his devotional writing style, leaving us numerous books that seek to glorify Jesus and encourage Christians in their walk with Him.
As someone who held to the “higher life movement,” which is not without controversy, we must read his writings, as with any fallible author, like the Bereans, who examined “the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.” This does not negate the many blessings we can gain from His writing, encouraging us to pursue Jesus with greater fervency.
Whatever happened to biblical conversions? That’s the question Andrew Murray poses in The Dearth of Conversions. Even though a small book, it has a powerful message for today’s Christianity.