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Pilgrim's Progress: Annotated

by Bruce T. Forbes

UPDATED Jan 22, 2011 - This is my personal working copy of this classic John Bunyan book - hard words and old phrases & expressions defined. I've never liked modern language versions of this book; I would rather...

The Book of Kings and Queens

by Robert Earle

Brilliant but paranoid, Herod the Great does not kill Antipas, his natural son by Malthace the Samaritan, or Jesus, his illegitimate son by Mary of Bethlehem. But these are among the few family members who escape...

The Judgement of Mr Smith

by George Orokana

A short Christian Story originally written for children. Mr Smith has been bought before the celestial court and Lucifer is determined to get he thrown away for good. Can Mr Smith's unusual lawyer, help him...

The Middlest Angel

by Bruce T. Forbes

written 2003. I have been overwhelmed by the responses to this story. Thank you so much for making my Christmas so wonderful by all your kind letters! By all accounts this story has been read to children around...

Pilgrim's Progress: Vanity Fair's Sports Arenas

by Bruce T. Forbes

Ancient Rome made sport of feeding Pilgrims from the Strait and Narrow Path to the Lions. How boing - you eventually run out of Pirlgrims. So, the Lord of the Fair came up with all kinds of new ways to torture...

Pilgrim's Progress: Vanity Fair's Exhibition Hall

by Bruce T. Forbes

My daughter says this is long-winded and preachy. Well, it's a preachy subject. You see, this is the story of a Pilgrim named Blind Guide who worked as a tour guide at the Vanity Fair Exhibition Hall as it was...

Pilgrim's Progress: Eternal Homes Preview Pavilion

by Bruce T. Forbes

My daughter says this is long-winded and preachy, and I think she's right. The Lord of Vanity Fair, in an attempt to be politically-correct and allow the Great King of the Celestial City some space at the Fair,...

Pilgrim's Progress: Pryde Park

by Bruce T. Forbes

I have long wondered if Vanity Fair had a Theme Park. Did it? If it did, we all know it would be centered around the one thing: Pride. After searching and searching, a Pilgrim from the Strait and Narrow Path...