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The progress of sin

Benjamin Keach

The progress of sin

or, the travels of ungodliness. Wherein the pedigree, rise, and antiquity of sin is fully discovered; in an apt and pleasant allegory. ... By Benjamin Keach.

by Benjamin Keach

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Published by printed by H. Richardson in Berwick .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1990. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4028, no. 09).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4028, no. 09.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination186p.
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16863816M

Click to sign up for all that ProgressBook has to offer! Log in to the ProgressBook user community forum. Get an email every Friday with ProgressBook feature highlights. The Pilgrim’s Progress is a spiritual allegory that follows the path of Christian, a man weighed down by his burden of sin. He leaves the City of Destruction and learns that nothing can remove his burden other than the cross of Christ. But that is only the beginning of his journey through life to the Celestial City.

A man named Pilgrim discovers a book, and the more he reads it, the more he is convicted of sin and judgment and a burden begins to develop on his back. Obsessed with discovering the truth and escaping his town, the City of Destruction, Pilgrim ventures outside the forbidden borders and begins his journey to find a Celestial City ruled by a good and noble King, meeting friends and Price: $ When we compare it to The Purpose Driven Life, we see a book in which it is difficult to find a full explanation of the biblical Gospel. Justification, the relief from the burden of sin that weighs down the soul, is all but absent in the setting forth of a new and different gospel of achieving or discovering purpose in one’s life.

According to The Pilgrim’s Progress, is marriage good or bad for a pilgrim? The narrator insists at the beginning that the reader should not accept details in his book at face value but should look beneath the surface to the hidden meaning. Yet Gaius at dinner tells Christiana’s son that sometimes apples are just apples, not symbols of sin.   We had read the real Pilgrims Progress around a year ago, and we both noticed that the words "Christ", "sin", and "repentance" were omitted from the entire movie. How sad, as the Christian message only is good news when people 2/5.


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Description The Pilgrim's Progress - Feature DVD: A man named Pilgrim discovers a book, and the more he reads it, the more he is convicted of sin and judgment and a burden begins to develop on his back.

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