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Bunyans timeless classic and reimagine this famous uest that has challenged and encouraged believers for centuriesThe book includes the original Bible references and a Bible study guide is available separately for individual and small group useFreuently Asked uestionsIs the book unabridged?Yes The most important consideration was to convert the original archaic language into simple conversational English without losing any faithfulness to Bunyans text When compared to the original version you will find no key element missing What you will find is sentence construction and certain interpretations of character reactions modified or enhanced to produce acontemporary style of expression without sacrificing the intrinsic message Also instead of using the antiuated term stages to separate book sections you will find chapter headings and subdivisionsDoes this book include Part 1 and Part 2?This book only includes Part 1 which chronicles the journey of Christian to the Celestial City Part 2 I enjoyed the Kindle version of this classic so much I bought the print version This English language modernization of Pilgrams Progress makes the book a pleasant read without destroying the underlying meaning of the text I consider this a must read book for all Christians that want to explore and understand their faith at a deep level

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The Pilgrim's Progress A Readable Modern Day Version of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress Revised and easy to read The Pilgrim's Progress Series Book 1Chronicles the journey of his wife and childrenWhat age group is the book for?The book is appropriate for all readers 12 and up and is a favorite of renowned authors such as Charles Spurgeon CS Lewis John Newton George Whitefield and many othersIs there a Bible study?Yes The Pilgrims Progress Study Guide available separately will guide you through Bunyans masterful use of metaphors to a better understanding of key concepts of the book supporting Bible passages and the relevance to our world today Each study uestion is ideal for group discussion and answers to each uestion are available onlineCan I use other book versions with the study?No Although there are many versions of this Bunyan classic this version is the only book made specifically for this study Each chapter sub section and study uestion of both the book and study guide are designed to be used with each other Other book versions will feel drastically different and not match up with the study uestions and format of this study I am so grateful to have read this book at this age and stage in my Christian life It put a lot of things into perspective for me and revealed how I can improve my life as a Christian It helped me to see how as a Christian my focus is often on the wrong things The true Christian will love this book and learn from this book because the content is extremely relatable

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FREE PDF Ù BOOK The Pilgrim's Progress Î JOIN OR CREATE BOOK CLUBS ì [PDF / Epub] ☀ The Pilgrim's Progress: A Readable Modern-Day Version of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress (Revised and easy-to-read) (The Pilgrim's Progress Series Book 1) By Join or create book clubs – TheThe most readable version of Pilgrims Progress availableReading The Pilgrims Progress by John Bunyan can be a bit challenging even for the best of readers Not so with this new easy to read version that translates the original archaic language into simple conversational Englishallowing readers of all ages to easily navigate the most popular Christian allegory of all timeThe story chronicles the epic adventure of a man named Christian who leaves his home in the City of Destruction and begins a life long uest to the Celestial City Set against the backdrop of a hazardous journey this powerful drama unfolds as Christians adventures lead him into fascinating lands and encounters with interesting people who either help or hinder his progress along a narrow way With a gallery of memorable characters and visits to colorful places Bunyans allegorical narrative describes one man's extraordinary adventure on his journey to faithWithout losing any faithfulness to the original text now you can read The crucial uestion is in which world do we end up when life ceases What can one do or can one do anything at all concerning our destiny because that inner voice steering our thoughts what real God fearing attitudes entailed and the precious salvation by the saving grace of God obtained through the limited atonement of Jesus Christ's ultimate blood sacrifice the one and only pearly gate to the promise land Admittance is limited because many would never make it because the Evangelist chose some like Christian to reveal to him the Way while ignoring others like Ignorance despite Ignorance’s strong desire to reach the Celestial city Was Christian morally superior to Ignorance or was Jacob righteous than Esau? Not relevant because it is God’s unconditional grace that decides whom He shall favour Can the clay make demands on the potter?So popular is John Bunyan’s book that there are already 1000 editions and 200 translations into other languages since it was published 4 centuries ago In Alan Vermilye’s edition he has modernized the language to spare most modern readers the agony who may not appreciate the archaic English language However Vermilye’s edition is outstanding because he added many biblical annotations relevant to the text to expose us to God’s words which is never often enough Checking up on the bible verses was the best part of reading the book Vermilye’s edition also prepares readers for an accompanying bible study book which is very substantial in covering the many themes in the Pilgrim's progress vis à vis the Bible Some themes are uite contentious theologically dare I say John Bunyan was an absolute genius to present the Gospel through this adventure tale It also brought feelings of déjà vu because it loosely paralleled with Divine Comedy where author Dante took a guided tour through hell purgatory and Heaven While Bunyan used characters in his dreams Dante saw historical characters that ended in hell purgatory and the saints who made it to heavenI was uite curious about the book in the pilgrim’s hand at the beginning of the story There were only two English versions of the bible when John Bunyan was born in 1628 The Tyndale Bible and the King James Version Today there are so many I love the ESV and NASB best