The Pilgrim’s Progress
One Man’s Search for Eternal Life
Although Bunyan wrote from a prison cell more than 300 years ago, his timeless and perceptive tale of Christian’s pilgrimage to eternal life is as relevant to our own walk with God as ever.
This edition of The Pilgrim’s Progress renders the text almost precisely like the style of Bunyan’s last revised edition of 1688, prior to his going home to the Lord that year. He knew himself to be a pilgrim in the earth and much of his book reflects his own journey.
About the Author
John Bunyan (1628-1688) was born at Elstow, England, near Bedford. He went one to become one of the most influential authors of the seventeenth century. Few writers in history have left such a wealth of Christ-centered writings as Bunyan, including The Holy War and The Life and Death of Mr. Badman.
He also wrote an autobiography, his Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners. Many theological writings followed during his pastoral years, including:
- A Holy Life: The Beauty of Christianity
- Advice to Sufferers
- All Loves Excelling
- The Acceptable Sacrifice
- The Fear of God
- The Jerusalem Sinner Saved
- Justification by an Imputed Righteousness
- Heart’s Ease in Heart Trouble
- Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ
- The Pharisee and the Publican
- Light for Them that Sit in Darkness
- The Heavenly Footman
- … and many more!
- See also the Complete Works of John Bunyan