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  • O Peregrino

    Bunyan,John

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    Na segunda metade do século 17, o cenário religioso da Europa era conturbado. Apesar do domínio geográfico e político, o cristianismo se estilhaçava em cisões cada vez mais profundas. Até mesmo o protestantismo enfrentava o problema da divisão,...

  • O Peregrino - ( Brochura )

    Bunyan,John

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    'O Peregrino' é uma narrativa cheia de emoção e suspense. Bunyan relata a viagem de Cristão, um peregrino espiritualmente abatido que viaja rumo à Cidade Celestial. No decorrer da aventura, ele se encontra com personagens de carne e osso, mas que...

  • Life Of John Bunyan (Classic Reprint)

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    Excerpt from Life of John Bunyan John bunyan, the most popular religious writer in the English language, was born at Elstow, about a mile from Bedford, in the year 1628. He may be said to have been born a tinker. The tinkers then formed a hereditary...

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  • O Peregrino

    John Bunyan; John Bunyan

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    O Pereguino, a clássica alegoria de John Bunyan a respeito da vida cristã, tem conseguido manter-se como poucas outras obras-primas leterárias.Descrevendo as aventuras da pereguinação em sua caminhada cristã, a obra é rica em aplicações. É uma...

  • O Peregrino - Parte I - As Aventuras do...

    Bunyan,John
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    Esta obra é uma ilustração da vida de um peregrino em busca do Céu. O clássico foi considerado uma obra prima mundial; foi publicado em mais de 100 línguas e é o livro mais lido do mundo depois da Bíblia. Um fato curioso é que Bunyan faz uma analogia...

  • Graça Abundante Ao Principal Dos Pecadores

    Bunyan, Jonh
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    Uma autobiografia de John Bunyan, um grande pregador puritano batista, nascido na Inglaterra em 1628, que foi preso por pregar a Palavra de Deus, não sendo ordenado um ministro pela Igreja da Inglaterra. Publicado originalmente em 1666, o livro...

  • John Bunyan's Imaginary Writings In Context

    Rosenfeld,Nancy
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    Within the last half-century, early scholarly approaches and analysis of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress have seen siginificant advances in mandating and enabling a more contextualized view of Bunyan's oeuvre. Utilizing this fresh examination of...

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  • O Peregrino - Em Mangá

    John Bunyan; John Bunyan
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    Nesta versão inédita ilustrada em Mangá, a lendária alegoria de John Bunyan adquire novos contornos, acompanhando q trajetória épica de Cristão rumo à cidade Celestial.

  • A Guerra Santa - A Grande Batalha Entre O Bem...

    Bunyan,John
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    A alegoria de John Bunyan conta a história da famosa cidade de Alma Humana. Um lugar único, cujo criador, o grande Rei Shaddai, mantinha belo, feliz e abençoado, com base em seus preceitos e suas leis. A paz reinava entre os muros da cidade, até que...

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    The Life of John Bunyan

    Venables, Edmund
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    This work focuses on the life of John Bunyan and narrates his years of preaching. It is, at the same time, a commentary on the clergy of England. It defines the concepts and ideologies of those people in detail. This work inspires religious...

  • Graça Diária para Mulheres - Reflexões...

    Bunyan,John; Outros; Christenson,Evelyn; Briscoe,Jill
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    Assim como seu corpo necessita de cuidados diários para se manter saudável e forte, é essencial que seu espírito se edifique por meio da graça de Deus todos os dias. A graça divina permite que você viva em paz e realize o propósito e o plano de Deus...

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    A Selection

    John Bunyan
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    A Selection is an anthology of didactic Christian works by John Bunyan, in which he portrays Christian life and preaches faith, peace, and unity. The volume includes The Heavenly Footman (1698), an evangelistic work that implores people not be...

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    Christian Behavior

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan wrote Christian Behaviour (1674) from his cells while he was imprisoned. He has used Bible as the sole source for the work. Explaining to the Christians, the objectives and aims of their spiritual lives, he puts forward the outlines for...

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    The Strait Gate

    John Bunyan
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    Published in 1676, John Bunyan The Strait Gate, Great Difficulty of Going to Heaven is a thoughtful theological on how one can attain salvation. He argues that it is not one's knowledge of religious scriptures that leads one to Heavens but rather the...

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    Christ a Complete Saviour

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's Christ a Complete Saviour (1692) presents the intercession of Christ as the savior of the human soul. He asserts that only a man deeply aware of his guilt and transgressions will allow the love of Jesus to live in his heart, which is...

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    Seasonable Counsel - Advice to Sufferers

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's Seasonable Counsel (1684) asserts that the true Christian should entrust himself to the faithful Lord who is the master over all. He also asserts that the belief in Jesus Christ will purge the believers of their temptations and sinners...

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    A Treatise of the Fear of God

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's A Treatise of the Fear of God (1679) presents the benefits of fearing God Almighty. Bunyan argues that if the fear of God takes root in the heart of believers, they will remedy their ways and come to the path of righteousness. He states...

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    Pilgrim'apos;s Progress in Mdrn Eng

    John Bunyan; John Bunyan
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    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 th.............................

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    Praying with the Spirit and with...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's Praying with the Spirit and with Understanding Also (1663) explores the spiritual aspects of the practice of Christianity. Bunyan declares that all true Christians should be ready to face the temptations of sins. He asserts that a true...

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    The Resurrection of the Dead and External...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's The Resurrection of the Dead and Eternal Judgment (1665) is an exposition of Acts 24:14, 15, concerning the resurrection of the dead at the Last Day. The book elucidates the manner of the resurrection of the Just and the Wicked, the...

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    Saved by Grace - A Discourse of the Grace of...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's Saved by Grace elucidates the Grace of God and the salvation granted by that grace to sinners. Bunyan also depicts the ways God blesses sinners. The book presents direct answers to such questions as what it means to be saved, what it...

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    The Jerusalem Sinner Saved - Good News for...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's The Jerusalem Sinner Saved; or, Good News for the Vilest of Men (1688) explains the treasures of God's elegance and kindness to the sinners. It also presents his confession to being one of the nastiest sinners on the earth who was later...

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    A Few Sighs from Hell - The Groans of the...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's A Few Sighs from Hell, or The Groans of a Damned Soul (1658) explicates Luke 16, the story of the rich man and the beggar. The rich man neglected his salvation, never sought solace in Scripture, and disobeyed the gospel. Now crying for...

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    The Barren Fig-Tree - The Doom and Downfall...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's The Barren Fig Tree; or The Doom and Downfall of the Fruitless Professor (1688) is an exposition of Luke 13:6-9, concerning a barren fig-tree and a man. A professor planted a fig tree in his vineyard, but it bore no fruits for three...

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    The Saint'apos;s Knowledge of Christ'apos;s...

    John Bunyan
    (3107490)

    John Bunyan's The Saints' Knowledge of Christ's Love or The Unsearchable Riches of Christ (1692) is an exposition of Ephesians 3:18, 19, concerning the love of Christ. While preaching Christian values, Bunyan asserts that the scope of Christ's love...

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    The Pilgrim'apos;s Progress

    John Bunyan
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    This enormously influential 17th-century classic, one of the most powerful dramas of Christian faith ever written, follows the pilgrim on his harrowing journey through life in search of salvation.

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    The Holy War

    John Bunyan
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    An outstanding religious allegorical narration of mankind's emancipation by comparing to a besiege city. It is a battle among mind, heart and a soul. Bunyan's style is greatly admired for its vitality, simplicity and compactness. A true classic!

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    The Pharisee and Publican

    John Bunyan
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    Two types of men have been explained in detail here. Those who sin perpetually and never recognize the true way and those who think that theirs is the most righteous way. Bunyan has dwelled on the nature of prayer, of submitting to the greater will...

  • The Pilgrim's Progress

    Bunyan,John
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    The Pilgrim's Progress

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    The Pilgrim'apos;s Progress

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress' is an enduring classic in Christian motivational writing. It is the depiction of Bunyan's special insight into Discipleship. The book describes the allegorical journey of a Christian pilgrim from the City of...

  • The Pilgrim's Progress

    Bunyan,John
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    In an allegorical account of one man's spiritual quest, the pilgrim Christian undertakes the dangerous journey to the Celestial City, experiencing physical and spiritual obstacles, including the Slough of Despond and Doubting Castle, along the way.

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    Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ (1881) expresses the happiness sinners feel in the free and warm welcome given by Jesus Christ. A comprehensive explication of John 6:37, the book elucidates the meanings of the terms that are used in...

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    The Holy City - The New Jerusalem

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's The Holy City (1665) is a spiritual treatise about the city of Jerusalem and its religious importance. The work covers the general geographic description of Jerusalem and the different races and cultures of its inhabitants. How the city...

  • The Pilgrim's Progress

    Bunyan,John
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    A new edition of one of the greatest allegorical stories ever written A masterpiece of the English Puritan tradition, The Pilgrim's Progress is rich in its imaginative power and its vivid and heartfelt language. It recounts the story of Christian,...

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    Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners

    John Bunyan
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    Composed in jail during the era of the Restoration, John Bunyan's Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners (1666) describes the author's infidelity in early life, when he gave in to the temptations of the devil and enjoyed sinning. This is a true...

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    Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyon was an English 17th Christian writer and preacher. He is best known for his allegory The Pilgrims Progress. Bunyon was imprisoned for preaching without a license. This confinement lasted 12 years. Grace Abounding to the Chief of...

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    The Work of Jesus Christ as an Advocate

    John Bunyan
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    'I answer, since there is a difference in the persons, there must be a difference in the sin. That there is a difference in the persons is showed before; one is called a child of God, the other is said to be of the wicked one.'The Work of Jesus...

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    The Greatness of the Soul and Unspeakableness...

    John Bunyan
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    John Bunyan's The Greatness of the Soul and Unspeakableness of its Loss Thereof (1682) defines soul by giving it various names and elucidates the greatness and salvation of the soul as well as the loss of it. Giving the causes of the loss of soul,...

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    Justification by an Imputed Righteousness -...

    John Bunyan
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    Justification by an Imputed Righteousness by Bunyan is one of his religious sermons. “If God be for us, who can be against us?â€? In this manner, Bunyan evolves inspirations and stirring religious feelings amongst believers. The blessings of Christ...

  • The Pilgrim's Progress - Oxford World's...

    Bunyan,John
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    The Pilgrim's Progress is one of the best-loved and most widely read books in English literature. It is an acknowledged classic of the heroic Puritan tradition and a founding text in the development of the English novel. Its vivid telling,...

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  • The Pilgrim's Progress - For The Young; With...

    Bunyan,John
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    Excerpt from The Pilgrim's Progress: For the Young; With Illustrations Almost two hundred years ago, there lived in England a godly and pious man, whose name was John Bunyan. Now John was not always godly and pious, but he tells us him self, that...

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    The Pharisee and Publican

    John Bunyan
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    pubOne.info present you this new edition. Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a Publican. The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself; God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, extortioners, unjust,...

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    Of Antichrist and His Ruin

    John Bunyan
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    Published posthumously in 1692, John Bunyan's Of Antichrist and His Ruin explains the concept of the Antichrist as the adversary of Christ. Disguised in a noble fashion, the Antichrist specifically targets the teachings of the church and aims to make...

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    Grace Abounding to The Chief of Sinners

    John Bunyan
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    This Pure Gold Classic has been translated from the original seventeenth century text, and it was further edited and annotated by L. Edward Hazelbaker. This important work is an invaluable resource for anyone who wants to learn about the author of...

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