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The Life of John Bunyan

On this week’s episode of Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob discuss the life of John Bunyan as we begin a new series on his book, Pilgrim’s Progress.

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Carl Gobelman

1 year ago

Great show guys! Really enjoyed hearing about the life of John Bunyan. I think it would be great to hear more short biographies of great Reformed saints, but am looking forward to hearing you guys go through Pilgrim’s Progress.

On that note, can you guys recommend a good audio version of PP? Audible has a couple, but their lengths differ by about two hours; and as you probably know, the quality of an audio book is greatly enhanced by a quality narrator.

Favorite parts of the podcast…

1. Bob: “From tinker to teacher”
Rob: “… … … I lost my train of thought”

2. Rob almost coming out for incarcerating people for non-OPC church attendance, while Bob, in no uncertain terms, disagrees (obviously all tongue in cheek).

Loved the show!

Robert Tarullo

1 year ago

Thanks Carl. Much appreciate the encouragement. The only audio version I have heard, but only in part, is LibriVox. The reader read Scripture citations, which I found distracting to the story. I have seen unabridged versions anywhere from 10.5 to 13 hours. You may also want to check out christianaudio.com. Listen to samples provided and make your choice.

Robert Tarullo

1 year ago

Jonathan Beard

2 months ago

AJ

1 year ago

Bunyan, PP?!?! I’m in!!!! Can’t wait to check em out!

Robert McKenzie

1 year ago

Thanks for the encouragerement! We are loving the research and really digging into the book.

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