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  • ISBN: 9781-903087-121
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 128
  • Publisher: Day One Publications

Travel with John Bunyan

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17th-century England was an unsettled place but faithful preachers like John Bunyan sought to bring the Word of God to that needy land. With this unique guide, you have the opportunity of learning about Bunyan’s life, and about visiting the places where he lived. You can see the sites of the tiny hamlet where Bunyan was born, the church in which he preached, and the prison where most of his writing took place.

A highly useful guide for a study of Bunyan’s life and ministry, and indispensable if you plan to travel to England in search of Bunyan’s history.

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Travel With John Bunyan

A Guide to Bunyan and “Bunyan Country”

17th-century England was an unsettled place but faithful preachers like John Bunyan sought to bring the Word of God to that needy land. With this unique guide, you have the opportunity of learning about Bunyan’s life, and about visiting the places where he lived. You can see the sites of the tiny hamlet where Bunyan was born, the church in which he preached, and the prison where most of his writing took place. Travel With John Bunyan is guaranteed to make your journey one of greater and richer discoveries.

A highly useful guide for a study of Bunyan’s life and ministry, and indispensable if you plan to travel to England in search of Bunyan’s history. No matter how you approach the town of Bedford, fully annotated maps and clear directions will help you find your way around and really appreciate Bunyan’s Bedford, then and now.

Table of Contents

  1. Meet John Bunyan: Tinker, Soldier, Poor Man?
  2. A Cottage Home in Elstow
  3. Out of the Slough of Despond
  4. Just North of the River
  5. Into Bedford Prison
  6. The Pen in the Prison
  7. From Prisoner to Pastor
  8. The End of the Pilgrimage
  9. Travel Guide
  10. Travel Notes
  11. Time Line
  12. Acknowledgements

About the Author

John Pestell—married, office bearer in church near Bedford—born in mid 1950s—grew up in Elstow, Bunyan’s village, and as an infant lived in Bunyan’s cottage. He has an intimate knowledge of both the Bible and Bedfordshire and is a great Bunyan enthusiast.

 

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