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The Pilgrims Progress This Famous Story Of Man S Progress Through Life In Search Of Salvation Remains One Of The Most Entertaining Allegories Of Faith Ever Written Set Against Realistic Backdrops Of Town And Country, The Powerful Drama Of The Pilgrim S Trials And Temptations Follows Him In His Harrowing Journey To The Celestial City.Along A Road Filled With Monsters And Spiritual Terrors, Christian Confronts Such Emblematic Characters As Worldly Wiseman, Giant Despair, Talkative, Ignorance, And The Demons Of The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death But He Is Also Joined By Hopeful And Faithful.An Enormously Influential 17th Century Classic, Universally Known For Its Simplicity, Vigor, And Beauty Of Language, The Pilgrim S Progress Remains One Of The Most Widely Read Books In The English Language.

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  • Paperback
  • 324 pages
  • The Pilgrims Progress
  • John Bunyan
  • English
  • 02 May 2019
  • 0486426750

10 thoughts on “The Pilgrims Progress


  1. says:

    In the dawn of the day Reader began his quest for the Great Denoument with a glad heart, his countenance suffused by the Joy of Literature Yet Unread and unburthened by Mercantile Drear He knew he should soon pass threw Goodreads City which was said to be very Malevolent yet still he feared not and sang out hymns and epithalamions addressed to the Archangels Proust, Joyce and Bolano which should look over him as he ventured Eftsoons, he met with Mr Worldly Wise, who thrust at him pretty volume In the dawn of the day Reader began his quest for the Great Denoument with a glad heart, his countenance suffused by the Joy of Literature Yet Unread and unburthened by Mercantile Drear He knew he should soon pass threw Goodreads City which was said to be very Malevolent yet still he feared not and sang out hymns and epithalamions addressed to the Archangels Proust, Joyce and Bolano which should look over him as he ventured Eftsoons, he met with Mr Worldly Wise, who thrust at him pretty volumes by such a one as Daniel Brown and Michael Crichton, and then an other one, a young fair maid with a sore sorrowful countenance who gave unto him Stephanie Myers and Suzanne Collins And Reader stopped by a winding road betimes, and read of these, and soon found himself in the Slough of Despond Haply Evangelist arrived to yank Reader out of the Slough, and bade him follow him to a standing stone whereon he might make his mark for a Si...


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    So you know when you hear that Citizen Kane is the best movie ever because of how revolutionary it was during its time period, and then you watch it and you realize that the key phrase is during its time period Well, reading Pilgrim s Progress is likely to leave many with the same feeling No doubt one of the greatest modern religious texts in terms of what it provided for early Puritans an easy and concrete representation of their theology and daily living practices , it leaves a little to So you know when you hear that Citizen Kane is the best movie ever because of how...


  3. says:

    I read this book during my second deployment to Iraq as well and it took me quite a while to finish it I had seen this book referenced often and I wanted to read it on my own The overall consensus is that it is a very compelling book and will pull at your soul s emotional strings with its simplicity and candor But also there were three major hurdles to finishing this book for me, at least It was first published in 16...


  4. says:

    Pilgrim s Progress is about two delusional assholes wandering around being dicks to people, so it s basically a takeoff of Don Quixote But the dreaming narrator seems unconscious of the fact that the pilgrims are both jerks I suppose it s possible that they re not supposed to be jerks at all, butno, that can t be right They re such jerks.It starts with a guy named Christian abandoning his family to wander off in search of a magical city Hi...


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    I have a few versions of this on my shelves from the nicely bound hard back to paper backs I can hand out you know loan.This is as I m sure most already know an allegorical journey depicting the struggles of living the Christian life John Bunyan was a Baptist imprisoned when it was against the law to be a be Baptist He was imprisoned for aprox twelve years for refusing to conv...


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    The Pilgrim s Progressis a wonderful work written by a 17th century Puritan, John Bunyan, from his prison cell in a time of persecution J.C Ryle wrote of this book, I do not doubt that the one volume of Pilgrim s Progress, written by a man who knew hardly any book but his Bible, and was ignorant of Greek and Latin, will prove in the last day to have donefor the benefit of the world, than all the works of the schoolmen put together The Pilgrim s Progre...


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    A Response to Paul Bryant s Review HonestThen it came to pass a while after, that there was a post in the town that inquired for Mr Honest Paul Bryant So he came to the house where he was, and delivered to his hand these lines Thou art commanded to be ready against this day seven night, to present thyself before thy Lord at his Father s house And for a token that my message is true, all the daughters of music, even the mothers of invention, shall A Response to Paul Bryant s Review HonestThen it came to pass a while after, that there was a post in the town that inquired for Mr Honest Paul Bryant So he came to the house where he was, and delivered to his hand these lines Thou art commanded to be ready against this day seven night, to present thyself before thy Lord at his Father s house And for a token that my message is true, all the daughters of music, even the mothers of invention, shall be brought low Eccles 12 4 Then Mr Honest Paul Bryant called for his friends, an...


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    Midway upon the journey between my home and work did I open the case of my kindle, and in that case I did there find a kindle Then, I turned this kindle on and lo what there did I find The Pilgrim s Progress And so mine eyes began to read the screen Thus, I did set upon another journey at that time, traveling from the beginning of the book to the end And there I did find many new acquaintances.My first companion I came upon was Mr Amusement But he quickly left me, and then did Mr Boredo Midway upon the journey between my home and work did I open the case of my kindle, and in that case I did there find a kindle Then, I turned this kind...


  9. says:

    simply amazing There is a reason why many literary critics consider this the best Christian book read next to the Bible This book although not a difficult read compared to other literary classics will definitely challenge you with its many ...


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    Fascinating allegory about man s search for salvation The fact that this was first published in 1678 by John Bunyan 1628 1688 and its message still rings true up to now makes this an appropriate read for those who believe in life after death The only problem is that if you hate classics, then you will find this a struggle to read Methinks however, that if you like novels with pilgrimage as theme Paolo Coelho s Pilgrimage is a good example or those even crusade adventures like Lord of the Fascinating allegory about man s search for salvation The fact that this was first published in 1678 by John Bunyan 1628 1688 and its message still rings true up to now makes this an appropriate read for those who believe in life after death The only problem is that if you hate classics, then you will find this a struggle to read Methinks however, that if you like novels with pilgrimage as theme Paolo Coelho s Pilgrimage is a good example or those even crusade adventures like Lord of the Rings, Sword in a Stone, etc., you might find this interesting Just substitute Celestial City as the destination instead of Mordor LOTR and salvation instead of excalibur Sword in a Stone and they are all just the same ...

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