Pilgrim's Progress: In Today's English (John Bunyan, retold by James Thomas) PAPERBACK

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With the exception of the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress has been read by more people than any other book in the English language. An accepted classic of English literature, it is a fascinating allegory and has a vital message for people today.
Bunyan's narrative (originally written in 1678) has been rewritten so as to appeal to present-day readers.

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With the exception of the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress has been read by more people than any other book in the English language. An accepted classic of English literature, it is a fascinating allegory - true to life as experienced by genuine Christians - and has a vital message for people today.
Bunyan's narrative (originally written in 1678) has been rewritten so as to appeal to present-day readers.

Feel like the only person who struggles in the Christian life? Wonder if anyone has traveled the same road? Millions of Christians have cherished John Bunyan's allegorical tale of the journey Christian and Christiana made to the Celestial City. Written in the 1600s, this immortal classic is now available in modern-day understandable text.

Christian leaves his home in the City of Destruction and begins a long journey to the Celestial City. his adventure is full of encounters with interesting people such as Fauthful, Hopeful, and Ignorance. Traveling through places such as Vainity Fair and the Valley of the Shadow of Death, he reaches his heavenly home but learns rich lessons during the journey. The story has immediate application to everyday life.

Later on, Christian's wife, Christiana, decides to join her husband in the Celestial City. As she travels, Christiana comes upon a different set  of people - Greatheart, Mercy, Honesty, and others. Her story illustrates how Christians follow different paths but with the same destination - eternity with Jesus

 

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Pilgrim's Progress: In Today's English (John Bunyan, retold by James Thomas) PAPERBACK

Pilgrim's Progress: In Today's English (John Bunyan, retold by James Thomas) PAPERBACK

With the exception of the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress has been read by more people than any other book in the English language. An accepted classic of English literature, it is a fascinating allegory and has a vital message for people today.
Bunyan's narrative (originally written in 1678) has been rewritten so as to appeal to present-day readers.

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