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  1. John Bunyan: Writer of Pilgrims Progress (Preteen Biography) by Sandy Dengler, 1986-04
  2. The Pilgrim's Progress: From This World to That Which Is to Come by John Bunyan, C. J. Lovik, 2009-09-14
  3. Lessons from Nature: Poems for Boys and Girls by John Bunyan, Gary Sanseri, et all 1998-03
  4. Grace Abounding & the Life and Death of Mr. Badman by John Bunyan, 1956-01-01
  5. The Pilgrim's Progress (Norton Critical Editions) by John Bunyan, 2008-10-20
  6. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners by John Bunyan, 2010-01-18
  7. The Hidden Smile of God: The Fruit of Affliction in the Lives of John Bunyan, William Cowper, and David Brainerd (The Swans Are Not Silent) by John Piper, 2008-02-28
  8. Works of John Bunyan (3 Volume Set) by John; Offor, George (editior) Bunyan, 1991
  9. Works of John Bunyan - Volume 3 by John Bunyan, 2010-07-25
  10. The Most Difficult Journey You'll Ever Make: The Pilgrim's Progress: a Modernized Christian Classic (Christian Classics for Today) by John Bunyan, 2006-10
  11. Works of John Bunyan. The Pilgrim's Progress, The Holy War, The Life and Death of Mr. Badman, The Heavenly Footman and more. FREE Author's biography and reviews in the trial version (mobi) by John Bunyan, 2008-12-03
  12. The Saints' Knowledge of Christ's Love (The Unsearchable Riches of Christ) by John Bunyan, 2007-04-02
  13. The works of John Bunyan by John Bunyan, George Offor, 2010-08-30
  14. The works of John Bunyan by John Bunyan, George Offor, 2010-08-30

41. Miscellaneous Pieces By John Bunyan - Project Gutenberg
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Author Bunyan, John, 1628-1688 Title Miscellaneous Pieces Contents Of the Trinity and a Christian Of the Law and a Christian Bunyan's Last Sermon Bunyan's Dying Sayings. Language English LoC Class BR: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion: Christianity Subject Philosophy Essays Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Jan 1, 2003 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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42. Bunyan, John
John Bunyan (November 28, 1628 – August 31, 1688), a Christian writer and preacher, was born at Harrowden (one mile southeast of Bedford, Bedfordshire), in the Parish of Elstow
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (John Buchan) Next (John C. Calhoun) John Bunyan. John Bunyan (November 28, 1628 – August 31, 1688), a Christian writer and preacher, was born at Harrowden (one mile south-east of Bedford, Bedfordshire), in the Parish of Elstow, England. As a preacher, John had the reputation of being able to inspire and stir the hearts of his listeners. He is the author of Pilgrim's Progress, arguably the most famous published Christian allegory. In addition to Pilgrim's Progress, Bunyan wrote nearly sixty titles, many of them expanded sermons. Bunyan faced legal challenges to fulfilling his calling but did not compromise to authorities. He preferred to face and endure years of imprisonment at great sacrifice to himself and family, rather than resign himself to giving up preaching. He is identified with the Puritan tradition. Those not episcopally ordained as Church of England clergy were not legally recognized as ministers and so were unlicensed to preach. They faced possible imprisonment. Bunyon spent 12 years in prison. Bunyon saw few results in his own life-time in terms of large numbers of converts. However, he was convinced that faithfulness in God means that one leave results in God's hands, to produce them as God sees fit.

43. John Bunyan Online
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45. Divine Emblems; Or Temporal Things Spiritualized, &c. : Bunyan, John, 1628-1688
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46. J. F. Weishampel, Ed. The Testimony Of A Hundred Witnesses [John Bunyan].
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The Testimony of a Hundred Witnesses CONVERSION OF JOHN BUNYAN. John Bunyan, the world-renowned author of the Pilgrim's Progress, was never a drunkard or a libertine, but was given to profanity, Sabbath-desecration and "heart-atheism." Amidst his wicked career, he had many gloomy forebodings of the wrath to come; and his nights were often scared with visions, which the boisterous diversions of his waking day could not always dispel. He would occasionally dream that the last day had come, and that the quaking earth was opening its mouth to let him down to hell. As he grew older he grew harder. He married a pious wife, who had two books, The Plain Man's Pathway to Heaven, and the Practice of Piety. He read these books, which had some effect upon him. One day he heard a sermon on Sabbath-breaking, and it haunted his conscience throughout the day. When in the midst of the excitement of that afternoon's diversions, a voice seemed to dart from heaven into his soul, "Wilt thou leave thy sins, and go to heaven, or have thy sins and go to hell?" His arm, which was raised to strike a ball in play, was suddenly arrested, and looking up to heaven, he said, it appeared as if the Lord Jesus was looking down [21] upon him in remonstrance and deep displeasure. He still continued on in sin, however, and ran into the delusion that repentance was now too late.

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Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners Product Ebook by Bunyan, John. – This spiritual classic, originally published in 1666, is in some respects similar to Augustine's, John.

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51. Bunyan, John Biography -
1628 John Bunyan was born in November, at Elstow, a little village about a mile south of Bedford in Bedfordshire England.1647-1648 - After leaving the army, Bunyan married
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1628 - John Bunyan was born in November, at Elstow, a little village about a mile south of Bedford in Bedfordshire [England].
1647-1648 - After leaving the army, Bunyan married, but no record of his marriage has yet been found, and both the Christian and the family name of his wife are unknown. It seems likely that she was not a native of Elstow.
- He recovered the art of reading, which he apparently had forgotten. He seems also to have resumed his tinker's trade.
1652 - The four years following his marriage were the period of the intense spiritual struggles which Bunyan records in the autobiography, written many years later, entitled Grace Abounding. It was this experience which made it possible for him to write The Pilgrim's Progress.
1653 - Bunyan joined this body, although still living in Elstow, and two years later, having removed to Bedford, he was chosen a deacon in the church. He continued to employ himself as a tinker, but this new interest in the Bedford church must have come to be of paramount importance.
1656 - Appeared Some Gospel Truths Opened, in which, according to Offor, the editor of the most recent edition of Bunyan's complete works, Bunyan "attacked the follies of the time, exposed and condemned heresies without mercy.

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    Author: Bunyan, John (1628-1688) Description: Pilgrim's Progress is a great work of Christian literature. Originally composed in the 17th century, this spiritual allegory has entertained and delighted innumerous readers for over 300 years. Part I tells of "Christian" and his journey to "Celestial City;" Part II tells of the journey of Christian's wife Christiana and their children to Celestial City. The two parts work together as a unified whole, which describes and depicts the believer's life and struggles. Indeed, given the easy style of the book, readers of all ages can understand the spiritual significance of the depictions in the story. However, Pilgrim's Progress does not simply instruct readers with spiritual allegories; it entertains them as well, through Bunyan's creative story telling. Enjoyable and spiritually instructive, Pilgrim's Progress is highly recommended.

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54. The Pilgrim's Progress: Illustrations
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by the celebrated minister John Bunyan of Bedfordshire. The Pilgrim's Progress is, well, sui generis . Tradition holds that John Bunyan wrote it in Bedford Gaol, while imprisoned for the crime of holding a religious service not in conformity with the Church of England. Bunyan spent twelve years in Bedford Gaol for that offense, which helps to explain why nonconformists liked to emigrate to America when they could. Anyone familiar with this extraordinary work will agree with Samuel Johnson's assessment of John Bunyan, made nearly 100 years after the first publication of Pilgim's Progress and reported by James Boswell in his Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Johnson praised John Bunyan highly. "His Pilgrim's Progress has great merit, both for invention, imagination, and the conduct of the story; and it has had the best evidence of its merit, the general and continued approbation of mankind. Few books, I believe, have had a more extensive sale. It is remarkable, that it begins very much like the poem of Dante; yet there was no translation of Dante when Bunyan wrote. There is reason to think that he had read Spenser." The illustrations below come from Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress, With Over One Hundred Illustrations Designed by Frederick Barnard and Others, Engraved by Dalziel Borthers

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56. John Bunyan (1628 - 1688) - Find A Grave Memorial
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57. Bunyan, John - Book
(British, 1628–88) Bunyan was a brazier's son, taking up his father's trade until he was drafted into the Parliamentary army in the English Civil War.

58. Gesprek Tussen Een Spin En Een Zondaar, Door John Bunyan
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Zondaar: Welk grauw en walgelijk voorwerp zijtgij toch? Spin: Ik ben een Spin. Zondaar: Maar toch vergiftig! Spin: Niet zo onrein als gij, in naam engedaante. Mijn naam bepaalt zich tot mijn geboorte. Mijn gedaanteheb ik van dien God, die ook uw Schepper is. Zondaar: Ik ben een redelijk mens, naar Godsbeeld geschapen, met een ziel, die niet sterft. God heeft mij eenredelijk verstand gegeven. Gij zijt te onrein om tot u tespreken; ik draag het beeld mijns Scheppers. Indien verraders mijaanvallen, zal Hij mij beschermen. Spin: Ik weet, dat gij zijt een schepsel, verboven mij verheven; maar nochtans schuw en vrees ik u. Echteracht en vereer ik u, omdat God u zulk een voortreffelijk wezengemaakt heeft; maar gij hebt tegen Hem gezondigd. De zonde, derampzalige zonde, stortte u in de diepste ellende, maakte u eenprooi des satans en doemde u tot het eeuwig verderf. Uw naam alszondaar is gebrandmerkt en gij hebt, voor eeuwig het beeld Godsverloren, waardoor gij uzelf tot de beesten hebt verlaagd. Alsstoppelen en als gras zult gij verdorren. Uw ziel en uw verstandzijn door de zonde aan het verschrikkelijkste lot onderworpen;maar ik behield mijn eigen staat, daar God mij mede schiep enwaarin ik ook gebleven ben. Door uw goddeloosheid en eerzuchthebt gij alles verloren. Zondaar: Ik weet niet wat gij rammelt,vergiftig voorwerp! De modder der natuur heeft u overdekt. Vanhet schuim der aarde zijt gij gemaakt.

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60. Verhandeling Over De Gelijkenis Van De Onvruchtbare Vijgenboom.
Verhandeling over de Gelijkenis van de Onvruchtbare Vijgenboom. Of het oordeel en de uithouwing van een onvruchtbare belijder.
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Verhandeling over de Gelijkenis van de OnvruchtbareVijgenboom.
Of: het oordeel en de uithouwing van een onvruchtbarebelijder. Waarin getoond wordt, dat de dag van de genade vaniemand voorbij kan zijn, lang voor het einde van zijn leven,benevens de merktekens, waaruit zulken te kennen zijn. Och! of gij ook bekendet, ook nog in dezen Uwen dag, hetgeentot Uwen vrede dient! Maar nu is het verborgen voor Uwe ogen.Luk. 19: 42 Maar vermaant elkander alle dagen zolang het heden genaamdwordt: opdat niet iemand uit U verhard worde door de verleidingder zonde. Hebr. 3: 13 VOORREDE AAN DE LEZER Johannes Bunyan De Parabel van de onvruchtbare Vijgenboom En Hij zei deze gelijkenis: Een zeker man had een vijgenboom,geplant in zijn wijngaard; en hij kwam en zocht vrucht daarop, envond ze niet. En hij zei tot de wijngaardenier: Zie, ik kome nudrie jaren, zoekende vrucht op dezen vijgenboom, en vind ze niet;houw hem uit; waartoe beslaat hij ook onnuttelijk de aarde? Enhij, antwoordende, zei tot hem: Heer, laat hem ook nog dit jaar,totdat ik om hem gegraven en mest gelegd zal hebben; En indienhij vrucht zal voortbrengen, laat hem staan; maar indien niet, zozult gij hem namaals uithouwen. Luk.13:6-9 Eerst. De leenspreuken die gebruikt worden; en

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