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The most difficult journey you'll ever make : the pilgrim's progress

Author: John Bunyan; Robert J Edmonson; Tony Jones
Publisher: Brewster, Mass. : Paraclete Press, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
"The book you hold in your hands is arguably the most-read book in the English language after the Bible. It is no pie-in-the-sky story. The Christian life is hard. There's no easy passage from our first experience of God's love to that final reward of entrance into heaven. There are obstacles and temptations at every turn. But, there is also help along the way, and the journey is gloriously worthwhile"--Back cover.

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Genre/Form: Christian fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Bunyan; Robert J Edmonson; Tony Jones
ISBN: 1557254648 9781557254641
OCLC Number: 70174878
Description: xi, 241 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. Escaping from the City of Destruction --
2. Christian and Pliable --
3. A dangerous encounter --
4. Christian reaches the narrow gate --
5. At the Interpreter's house --
6. Christian loses his burden at the cross --
7. The Hill of Difficulty --
8. The House Beautiful --
9. The Valley of Humiliation --
10. The Valley of the Shadow of Death --
11. Fairthful's testimony --
12. Talkative joins the pilgrims --
13. Christian and Faithful at Vanity Fair --
14. Encounter with By-ends and friends --
15. By-path Meadow and Doubting Castle --
16. The pilgrims reach the Delectable Mountains --
17. Ignorance and Little-faith --
18. The pilgrims learn a lesson the hard way --
19. Hopeful's testimony --
20. Christian talks with Ignorance --
21. To the land of Beulah --
22. The final conflct --
23. A concluding warning --
24. The author's conclusion.
Other Titles: Pilgrim's progress
Responsibility: by John Bunyan ; introduction and notes by Tony Jones ; modernized translation by Robert J. Edmonson.
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The famous allegory, and the second-most read book in the English language (after the Bible), John Bunyan's "The Pilgrim's Progress" has been enormously popular for years. This work presents a  Read more...


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