Pilgrim's Progress in Modern English (Updated) (Paperback)

Pilgrim's Progress in Modern English (Updated) By L. Edward Hazelbaker Cover Image

Pilgrim's Progress in Modern English (Updated) (Paperback)

$19.99


Available to ship within 1-5 days
Now in modern English and packed full of helpful features, this new edition will enable you to enjoy this classic of classics with greater understanding than ever before.

The Pilgrim's Progress has been called "the greatest allegory ever written." Its appeal sweeps across the scope of age, intellect, and education. Children read it for the excitement of the story, eager believers are challenged and trained by its invaluable teaching, and Bible students and scholars alike read it for the its depth of doctrine.

Just as relevant today as it was when John Bunyan wrote it in his cell in the Bedford County Jail, The Pilgrim's Progress is the story of every Christian from the first stirrings of the Holy Spirit beckoning us to follow Christ, to our final arrival in the Celestial City of God.

In this new edition of Bunyan's timeless classic, you will find:

*A careful and accurate revision into modern English
*Bunyan's original Scripture references
*Hundreds of additional Scripture references to enhance personal study
*Chapter endnotes to help clarify scriptural and historical references
*Indexes: meaningful words, names, titles, characters and places
*Story helpfully divided into 34 logical chapters
*Over 50 illustrations.
L. Edward Hazelbaker, an Assemblies of God minister and writer, has been a published author in the Bridge-Logos family since 1998. His overall experience in professional writing in various disciplines spans 46 years. In recent years he has focused his efforts on editing the manuscripts of other Christian writers and helping many of them get their books published by also representing them as their literary agent. His vision is to equip Christian writers and encourage them to use their skills to fulfill the Great Commission. Hazelbaker makes his home in Oklahoma with his wife, Melveta, and their family.
Product Details ISBN: 9780882707570
ISBN-10: 0882707574
Publisher: Bridge-Logos Publishers
Publication Date: February 1st, 2000
Pages: 528
Language: English