Who was John Bunyan?
John Bunyan was born in Elstow, near Bedford, England, in 1628. His parents were poor, and his father was a metalworker, or “tinker,” who traveled
The Power of Music to Tell the Christmas Story
Music can be a powerful tool to reinforce a message. For example, just think about all the advertising jingles you still remember. “My bologna has
The Great “est” Divorce Play of All Time
As a C.S. Lewis fan, I’ve been wanting to see Max McLean’s theatrical adaptation of The Great Divorce for some time. When I learned the play
A Very Good Revision Of A Very Bad Man
Vermilye has taken this classic tour d’ force of the evils of life, rescued it from literary antiquation and oblivion, and not only made it palatable
Warning: You Will Not Like Mr. Badman
Before you read, I warn you that you will not like Badman. I am, of course, referring to the primary character, Mr. Badman, in my
A Bunyan Story You Might Not be Familiar With
After completing my revision of John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress, I was torn by which of his books I should approach next. It’s been so
Who is this Brother Lawrence?
WHO IS THIS BROTHER LAWRENCE? And, why should I care about what a monk, who lived over 300 years ago, said about creating a closer
Bible Study Guide for The Pilgrim’s Progress
The Pilgrim’s Progress is indeed a masterpiece that all believers should read. And in fact, it was for centuries, right alongside the Bible in most
Books Written While in Prison
You might be surprised to find that these books were written while in prison: Conversations with Myself, by Nelson Mandela Letters from Birmingham Jail, by
What is The Pilgrim’s Progress?
In sharing with you the release of The Pilgrim’s Progress: A Modern-Day Version of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, I’m reminded that many of you might
The Most Popular Christian Book of All Time
Did you know The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan is the most popular Christian allegory of all time and is second only to the Bible
It really is a Wonderful Life!
Each year growing up, Christmas dinner was served promptly at noon at my grandmother’s home. It was a small house that somehow accommodated a large
Study Scrooge this Christmas
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens has always been a favorite of mine. However, I must confess that it is not through Dickens’s novel that