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Great for homeschool, family devotions, Sunday schools, and personal or small group studies! Includes reproducible student pages on bonus CD-ROM.
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Use this enjoyable tool to help your loved ones walk in the footsteps of Jesus! This large-format book contains the entire original text of The Pilgrim’s Progress with John Bunyan’s own scripture annotations, plus a special photo-illustrated section about the man who penned this classic … while in jail. But that’s not all! Within its illustrated pages are “Truths to Ponder” for young children and “Digging Deeper” questions for older students and adults. Also includes activity ideas, character studies, and commentary regarding the unique figures that Pilgrim encounters during his journey to the Celestial City. The elements designed into this one-of-a-kind book create greater comprehension and make the text an excellent homeschool curriculum or adult study for small groups. There may be no better all-in-one book to enlighten discussion and help build the faith of your family, friends, and students!
Contains the entire text of The Pilgrim’s Progress with Bunyan’s Scripture annotations and is illustrated with detailed drawings of important scenes.
At the end of each of the 39 chapters, “Truths to Ponder” give young children an opportunity to cement the truths Bunyan desired to teach his children, while the “Digging Deeper” questions help older students apply the teaching to their lives.
The detailed commentary on the figures that Pilgrim encounters throughout his journey give you greater comprehension of John Bunyan’s message.
The extension activities included in the unit study will enable your students to understand more about the events that influenced John Bunyan as he wrote this most-famous of allegories.
Includes a section of intriguing information about John Bunyan and the story behind the writing of this classic!
A sentence is missing from the section titled “The House Beautiful.” The corrected version is now downloadable.