Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. Pilgrim's progress -- Early works to 1800. : The pilgrim's progress from this word to that which is to come [electronic resource] : The third part. Delivered under the similitude of a dream. Shewing the several difficulties and dangers he met with, and the many victories he obtained over the world, the flesh, and the devil. Together, with his happy arrival at the celestial city, and the glory and joy he found to his eternal comfort. To which is added, the life and death of John Bunyan, author of the first and second part; this compleating the whole progress.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. Pilgrim's progress -- Versification. : The heavenly passenger, or, The pilgrims progress, from this world, to that which is to come [electronic resource] : deliver'd under the similitude of a dream wherein is discovered, the manner of his setting out, his dangerous journey, and safe arrival at the desire'd country / newly done into verse, by S.M.
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. Some gospel-truths opened according to the Scriptures. : A vindication of the book called, Some Gospel-truths opened; according to the Scriptures, [electronic resource] : and the opposition made against it by Edward Borrough, a professed Quaker, (but proved an enemie to the truth) examined and confuted by the word of God. And also, the things that were then laid down, and declared to the world by me, are a second-time born witness to, according to truth: with the answer of Edward Burrough to the quæries then laid down in my book reproved. And also, a plain answer to his quæries, given in simplicitie of soul; and is now also presented to the world, or who else may read, or hear them; to the end (if God will) that truth may be discovered thereby. / by John Bunyan ...
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. Some Gospel-truths opened according to the Scriptures -- Early works to 1800. : The true faith of the gospel of peace contended for, in the spirit of meekness: [electronic resource] : and the mystery of salvation (Christ within, the hope of glory) vindicated in the spirit of love, against the secret opposition of John Bunyan a professed minister in Bedfordshire. Or, an answer to his book called, Some Gospel truths opened, &c. Wherein also he hath mixed many lyes and slanders, and hath secretly gain-sayed the way of truth, and doctrine of salvation, under the account of error and heresie, as the generation of chief priests ever did. Or a return of truth in simplicity, in the deniall of his false accusations, and his dark vaile of false reproaches taken off, and the innocency of the upright appearing. With some queries given forth for him to answer, that truth may further appear, and deceit may be ashamed, where ever it is found. / By one who hath chosen rather to suffer affliction with the despised people, then to enjoy the pleasures of sin. E.B.