Illustration from the cover page of Pilgrim’s Progress (1680)

A classic of both English and Christian literature, John Bunyan’s The Pilgrims Progress has been an influential text in the lives of many Christians for the past four centuries.  In this allegory Bunyan tracks the journey of Christian from the City of Destruction to the heavenly City of God.  It is no easy journey with many twists and turns illustrating the journey of the Christian along the narrow Way of Life and the troubles we face on our journey to our final home with Christ.

Join Lutheran Essentials as we read through this classic work starting on Epiphany, January 6th at 8pm.  We will be using Alan Vermilye’s revised edition with modern English as our text, and as always we are giving out the book for free.  Join us either in person or on YouTube for our study on this always timely text about Christian Sanctification and the journey on the Way.

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