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Imprisoned for preaching outside the Anglican Church, John Bunyan recorded the doubts, temptations, and hopes of his own spiritual journey, a journey later traveled by the searching sojourner in The Pilgrim's Progress.
©1997 Barbour and Company, Inc.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 20-11-03

A Juvenile Effort

The audio quality is awful... but there is no choice of a higher format. The writing seems to be geared to young people, but I did learn some things about John Bunyan's life that were surprising. As I have never studied him before, I am unsure whether the details are totally factual. Still, because it is inexpensive, it is worth the time for an introduction to the author of the greatest allegory ever written.

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  • James C. Buckner
  • 02-05-16

John Bunyan

I enjoyed the book/reading, and I would recommend to others. It's quite interesting to read about the life and times of an author who's book is second only to the Bible (so I've heard). From his rebellious beginnings, struggles, losses and trials, to a committed and transformed life of a dedicated believer. Let's hope there's a little John Bunyan in all of us who call ourselves believers.

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  • Louis Cochand
  • 31-03-16

Thank You Lord

Wonderful history of this faithful servant. I will pass this on to share Christ's message.