John Bunyan Books

Born in 1628 in Elstow, England, John Bunyan did not display a serious love for Christ until after he got married. Then, after a group of women talked to him about Christ, Bunyan was converted by the Lord and was baptized. By 1655, he was preaching. He was imprisoned more than once for preaching without official permission, for about 15 years in total, and he spent much of that time writing. John Bunyan books include his masterpiece, Pilgrim’s Progress, which is widely claimed as the most read book in history, besides the Bible. Christians over the centuries have identified with this allegorical classic that describes each stage of Christian experience. Readers can find the majority of John Bunyan’s books in the outstanding three-volume set, titled The Works of John Bunyan (also available in individual volumes: 1, 2 and 3). This set includes, among others, one of Bunyan’s non-allegorical works; Acceptable Sacrifice, the last book he prepared for publication. In this title, which can be purchased as an individual volume in the Puritan Paperback Series, Bunyan helps readers to discern if they have contrite hearts. Lastly readers interested in Bunyan will want to look at his heart searching treatise, Prayer.

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The Jerusalem Sinner Saved by John Bunyan
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The fruit of Bunyan’s thinking on the grace of forgiveness—‘Good News for the Vilest of Men’. 144pp.

image of the bunyan and watson set
price Original price was: $87.00.Current price is: $78.30.

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Book Description This 10 Volume set includes the following titles by John Bunyan and Thomas Watson. Click on a title to learn more – but be sure to add the Puritan Paperbacks Set (Bunyan and Watson) to get the Christmas special. The Jerusalem Sinner Saved The Acceptable Sacrifice Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ The […]

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