Struggle with Christian in the Slough of Despond, follow him through the Wicket Gate, confront the monster Apollyon, venture into Vanity Fair, meet the Giant Despair who lives in Doubting Castle, be refreshed in the Delectable Mountains, and be escorted across the river to the Celestial City.
You can take the journey with John Bunyan and learn much from it. After you have read this classic, the recognition of dangers and detours is more readily made; the enduring guideposts that forever light the way more easily discerned.
Written over three hundred years ago from a prison cell, John Bunyan's immortal dream has been read in prim parlors, in sophisticated drawing rooms, in royal households, in religion classes, in public schools, in family worship—and still is read and reread. Its style is classic; its beauty timeless; its message eternal.
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