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During this time Bunyan, whilst on his travels as a tinker, happened to be in. .Bunyan is best remembered for The Pilgrim's Progress, a book which gained immediate popularity.
During this time Bunyan, whilst on his travels as a tinker, happened to be in Bedford and pass a group of women who were talking about spiritual matters on their doorstep. Following his release from gaol in 1672 Bunyan probably did not return to his former occupation of tinker. Instead he devoted his time to writing and preaching. He continued as pastor of the Bedford Meeting and travelled over Bedfordshire and adjoining counties on horseback to preach, becoming known affectionately as "Bishop Bunyan".
John Bunyan facts: The English author and Baptist preacher John Bunyan . Harding, Richard Winboult, John Bunyan, his life and times, Philadelphia: R. West, 1978.
John Bunyan facts: The English author and Baptist preacher John Bunyan (1628-1688) wrote "The Pilgrim's Progress" and some 60 other pious works. Bunyan produced 14 more books before he died at the age of 60 on Aug. 31, 1688. He was buried in Bunhill Fields, where he lies near other great am Blake, George Fox, and Daniel Defoe.
John Bunyan was a renowned English Christian preacher and writer in the seventeenth century
John Bunyan was a renowned English Christian preacher and writer in the seventeenth century. Check out this biography for detailed information on his childhood, life, works and timeline. He was also a famous Christian writer of that time and wrote over 60 religious books, mostly on his preaching and his experiences about walking on the path of Christianity and struggling with the challenges faced on the road to spirituality. He was not always a very religious man; he belonged to a poor family of tinkers and was known to be a profane young man. But soon he realized his ‘sins’ and decided to work for the salvation of his soul.
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John Bunyan, celebrated English minister and preacher, author of.Early life Bunyan soon proved his talents as a lay preacher.
John Bunyan, celebrated English minister and preacher, author of The Pilgrim’s Progress (1678), the book that was the most characteristic expression of the Puritan religious outlook. Bunyan, the son of a brazier, or traveling tinker, was brought up among a multitude of poor plowmen’s children in the heart of England’s agricultural Midlands. Bunyan soon proved his talents as a lay preacher. Fresh from his own spiritual troubles, he was fitted to warn and console others: I went myself in Chains to preach to them in Chains, and carried that Fire in my own Conscience that I persuaded them to beware of.
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