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John Bunyan: The People's Pilgrim

John Bunyan: The People's Pilgrim
In the attractive style of Peter Morden's previous book about CH Spurgeon, this equally informative and challenging book is about John Bunyan, a remarkable man, who whilst imprisoned for refusing to stop preaching, wrote his famous and classic book The Pilgrim's Progress - the world's second most printed book.
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Publisher: CWR
Author: Morden Peter
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In the attractive style of Peter Morden's previous book about CH Spurgeon, this equally informative and challenging book is about John Bunyan, a remarkable man, who whilst imprisoned for refusing to stop preaching, wrote his famous and classic book The Pilgrim's Progress - the world's second most printed book. Bunyan came from a very ordinary background but he harnessed his gifts to become a preacher of such power that towards the end of his life thousands flocked to hear him. Yet his most powerful legacy is his writing: The Pilgrim's Progress has inspired thousands of Christians through the years and has become a classic in the world of literature. Peter Morden has written a lively, engaging and accessible account of this great man's life, providing plenty of historical context and bringing Bunyan's trials and triumphs alive
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