The Pilgrim’s Progress: The Difficult Path

In this week’s episode of Theology Simply Profound, the journey continues through The Pilgrim’s Progress. Rob and Bob begin to discuss Stage 3 of Christian’s journey from the Interpreter’s House to the foot of the Cross and then along a difficult path eventually making his way to the Hill Difficulty. In this context, we come to matter concerning salvation, fear, doubt, and assurance.


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Norm Rosenberg

1 week ago

When will the show resume it’s reading and discussion of Pilgrim’s Progress? I was enjoying, and following. BTY I found a link for free selection of audible reading of the book that other listeners might enjoy. It is https://librivox.org/author/4196?primary_key=4196&search_category=author&search_page=1&search_form=get_results

Robert McKenzie

1 week ago

Hello and sorry for the delay. We recorded today and the episode will be up very soon. Thanks for the encouragement and the link.

Norm Rosenberg

7 days ago

No problem Thanks for what you do!

Carl Gobelman

5 days ago

Rob & Bob,

Thanks for another great discussion on Pilgrm’s Progress. I really enjoyed the discussion on the Trinity and its role in our salvation as well as the part on Simple, Slōth, and Presumption. Always a good reminder to guard against these things in our own pilgrimage.

By the way, Rob mentioned an audio recording he’s listening to, but it wasn’t included in the show notes. Is it possible to get the link so I can check it out for myself?

Thanks again for all you do!

Robert Tarullo

3 days ago
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