John Bunyan’s classic The Pilgrim’s Progress is an unforgettable allegory of the Christian life. Making his way to the Celestial City, the pilgrim Christian traverses the hill Difficulty, the Valley of the Shadow of Death, and Vanity Fair and encounters characters such as Christiana, Hopeful, Mr. Worldly Wiseman, Mercy, and the Giant Despair who lives in Doubting Castle.
Although written from a prison cell more that 300 years ago, Bunyan’s timeless and perceptive tale of Christian’s pilgrimage to eternal life is still surprisingly relevant to our own.
This copy of The Pilgrim’s Progress restores the text, as nearly as possible, to the last edition Bunyan revised before his death in 1688.