Cook, David M. & Parker, Shane W.
John Bunyan, the tinker preacher most famous for his Pilgrim’s Progress, hammers out the doctrine of justification and its practical implications. In his characteristic style, Bunyan addresses the issue with clarity of thought and pastoral zeal. His book holds for the imputed righteousness of Christ as the pilgrim’s only hope of comfort.
Author John Bunyan (1628-1688) was born the son of a metalworker near Bedford, England. He went on to become a famous preacher and writer and during his life penned over 2 million words, his most famous work being ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’.