Arthur Lukyn Williams (1853-1943) was an English New Testament scholar at Jesus College, Cambridge. From 1878 until 1884 he was Principal of Moore Theological College in Sydney, New South Wales.  He was also a Christian apologist active in Christian mission to Jews.
- Famines In India: Their Causes And Possible Prevention being the Cambridge University Le Bas Prize essay, 1875 London : HS King. 1876. xv. . 160 p. ; 20 cm.
- A Manual Of Christian Evidences For Jewish People 1911
- St. Matthew (2 vols) 1917
- Justin Martyr - The Dialogue with Trypho, 1930.
- Adversus Judaeos. A Bird's-Eye View of Christian Apologiae until the Renaissance, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1935
- Epistle Of Paul The Apostle To The Galatians
- The Epistles Of Paul The Apostle To The Colossians: And To Philemon
- The interpretation of the New Testament, 1861-1961 Stephen Neill - 1966 "... of St. Matthew and St. Towams the end of the year 1922 that excellent scholar Dr. A. 1 Dr. Lukyn Williams was born in 1853 and was thus already eight years old at the beginning of the period which we have been studying in this book"
- Christ and the Bible John William Wenham 1984 "I well remember Dr A. Lukyn Williams, a great authority on Judaism, uttering a warning against the facile acceptance of solutions to biblical problems based on the assumption that the writers did not know their Bibles properly."
- "A Centenary History of Moore Theological College" Marcus Loane - 1955.
- William Thomas Gidney The history of the London Society for Promoting Christianity Amongst the Jews: from 1809 to 1908. 1908 "A. Lukyn Williams and CH Banning, and Bishop (now Archbishop) Nuttall, of Jamaica. Mr. Williams, who was at that time superintending the Society's work in London, spoke on the attitude of the Jews toward Christianity, basing his remarks ."
- The American journal of theology: Volume 21 University of Chicago. Divinity School - 1917 A NEW EXPOSITION OF MATTHEW'S GOSPEL During the years 1911-15 Dr. A. Lukyn Williams delivered a series of twelve Warburton Lectures, which have been published in a stately volume