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Bunyan

John. 1628--88, English preacher and writer, noted particularly for his allegory The Pilgrim's Progress (1678)
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In Grace Abounding Bunyan tells of his own struggle with evil, and it is from that book that we learn much of what we know of his life.
When Bunyan had been in prison for six years he was set free, but as he at once began to preach he was immediately seized and reimprisoned.
And his word had such power, his commands had such weight, that people playfully called him Bishop Bunyan.
Glad at his success, Bunyan rode on to London, where he meant to preach.
And may we not believe that Bunyan, when he reached the other side, heard again, as he had once before heard in his immortal dream, "all the bells in the city ring again with joy," and that it was said unto him, "Enter ye into the joy of our Lord"?
Ann and Dave Bunyan at the Pot & Glass in Egglescliffe | 260515PUB_015 IAN MCINTYRE
You may expect a very short article on such a subject as John Bunyan as a spiritual guide.
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Abdul Rahman Saleh al- Bunyan, Chief of the General Staff of the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia arrived here this evening on a several-day official visit to the Sultanate.