The Greatness of the Soul | John Bunyan
$5.00 – $10.00
Grange Press is pleased to offer this timely reprint of a classic work. Bunyan’s The Greatness of the Soul is a powerful shot across the bow of anyone who finds themselves clinging too tightly to the present world. It is our hope that this attractive, yet affordable, edition can serve as an evangelistic tool in our churches, schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods.
Why is the 5-pack so inexpensive? The printing of this book was made possible through a generous donation, in hopes that this evangelistic classic would find its way into the hands of those who most need to hear its gospel message. We are happily choosing to honor that desire by offering the 5-pack at a greatly reduced price.
- Perfect-bound paperback
- Printed in the United States
- Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 in.
- 192 pages
About The Greatness of the Soul
In the contemporary era of materialism, many people deny the existence of the human soul. Others, who believe in the reality of the soul, frequently undervalue it.
In the gospels, the Lord Jesus poses the question, “What shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” In his riveting exposition, John Bunyan calls us to ponder the greatness and worth of our souls, lest we lose our souls unto our everlasting regret.
About the Author
John Bunyan (1628-88) lived during the turbulent era of the English Civil War. Born into the family of a tinsmith, Bunyan served in the Parliamentary army at the age of 16. After his military service, he was married and attended a parish church, but found no rest for his soul. A religious awakening led him on a spiritual journey that lasted several years.
After Bunyan came to faith in Christ, he joined a separatist church in Bedford in 1655. Under the discipleship of his pastor, George Gifford, Bunyan began to preach in the congregation and elsewhere. Facing government hostility, Bunyan spent several years in prison for unauthorized preaching. He published many books based upon biblical and pastoral expositions, as well as works of poetry and allegorical literature. His most famous work, The Pilgrim’s Progress (1678) has been reprinted in countless editions and translated into numerous languages.