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Pilgrims Progress Workbook for Kids Christians Journey A study guide for Pilgrims Progress in Today
The Pilgrim's Progress
With the help of illustrator Alan Parry, Oliver Hunkin set out to arrange the story of Pilgrim so that young children could meet with Everyman who journeys from this world to the next. The artwork in and of itself is worthy of the price of the book and might even be able to tell the story just by looking at the pictures. Because of the graphic display of the pictures, it is recommended for children older than eight years old. However, I have read it to my boys 4 and 2 and have witnessed no adverse affects. Perhaps one of the weaknesses of this book, in my humble opinion, is that the language has been modernized. Shoot, some adults have no idea how to read it. But, for this particular book, it seems as though something is lost in the modernization of the language.
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Pilgrim's Progress was written by John Bunyan. John Bunyan was born in in Harrowden, England. He grew up in a very poor family and did not have very much schooling, but he did learn to read.
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It was first published in the reign of Charles II and was largely written while its Puritan author was imprisoned for offenses against the Conventicle Act of which prohibited the conducting of religious services outside the bailiwick of the Church of England. Christian seeks to rid himself of a terrible burden, the weight of his sins, that he feels after reading a book ostensibly the Bible. Evangelist points him toward a wicket-gate, and he heads off, leaving his family behind. He falls into the Slough of Despond, dragged down by his burden, but is saved by a man named Help. Christian next meets Mr. Legality or his son Civility.
The narrator defends the story he is about to tell, which is framed as a dream. He explains that he fell asleep in the wilderness and dreamed of a man named Christian, who was tormented by spiritual anguish. A spiritual guide named Evangelist visits Christian and urges him to leave the City of Destruction. Evangelist claims that salvation can only be found in the Celestial City, known as Mount Zion. Christian begs his family to accompany him, unsuccessfully. On his way, Christian falls into a bog called the Slough of Despond, but he is saved.
Charles Spurgeon read this classic over one hundred times. Here are some versions we enjoy:. Bunyan, John. Chicago: Moody, I read this very book to Michael after he relapsed. Now Michael is at the glorious end of his difficult journey, and I look forward to seeing him again in the celestial city!