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talbot_: John Bunyan's The Political Police in Britain claims in was a hydraulic swing, but this doesn't seem believable. He eventually managed to escape but was arrested when he tried to enter the House of Commons, and then 'died mysteriously' on a boat
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jasoncrouch: I read "The Pilgrim's Progress" by John Bunyan last week. Our pastor had encouraged our church to read this during Lent, and I realized I had never actually finished reading this one before, though I had started years ago.
Bunyan's story is about the journey of every Christian,…
AndrewDeBart: "One day as I was full of sadness and terror, for my fears again were strong upon me; these words did, with great power, break in upon me, 'My grace is sufficient for thee'; they were then, and sometimes are still, far bigger than others be."
John Bunyan, "Grace Abounding"
Sepoy1857: John Bunyan’s cottage. Demolished Sept 19, 1968. John Owen, one of the foremost Puritan’s, was asked why he went to hear Bunyan speak, he replied “I would happily exchange all my learning for the ability to preach Christ as the tinker of Bedford does.”
JoAnn320Adams: I saw that I needed perfect righteousness to present me without fault before God, and this righteousness was nowhere to be found but in the person of Jesus Christ.
outofmydepths: Works of John Bunyan —BUNYAN IS BAPTIZED, AND ENTERS INTO COMMUNION WITH A CHRISTIAN CHURCH AT BEDFORD- PERIOD SIXTH
...exquisite sci-fi world-building, while blending the magical-spiritualism of the classic hero’s quest of Arthurian legend, with the individual’s voyage of discovery....
A sci-fi epic that evokes some of the best allegorical writers from Dante to John Bunyan.
Marsellaega_: [BOT] “Prayer will make a man cease from sin, or sin will entice a man to cease from prayer.”
― John Bunyan
_John_Bunyan: The Father..is to be remembered and adored as..having a chief hand in the salvation of sinners. We ought to give “thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in light" For “the Father sent the Son to be the Savior of the world"
MWWatHome: “There is no way to kill a man’s righteousness but by his own consent.” ~John Bunyan
StatisticalZero: How common is it with many people, when they are just a little offended with someone, to cry something like, "Hang him! Damn him, rouge!" - from The Life and Death of Mr. Badman, written by John Bunyan and published in 1680. The more things change the more they stay the same.
Quiznostrodamus: John Henry is the only cool American folk tale. Paul Bunyan is just a large man. Johnny Appleseed is just a weirdo. John Henry meanwhile is the John Connor of the future where we are ruled by train track-laying machines
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