• Christ a Complete Saviour

    Christ a Complete SaviourChrist a Complete Saviour: The Intercession of Christ and Who Are Privileged in It by John Bunyan. Notes by George Offor.

    John Bunyan praises the many merits of the intercession of Christ. He defines intercession as "the finishing work of a sinner's salvation." Justification and preservation are examined as the benefits of Christ's intercession. Newly awakened Christians, backsliders, and sincere Christians are analyzed as people interested in coming to Christ. The eternal nature of Christ is safety and certainty for the believer. The reader is exhorted to diligently learn and teach others the truth of Jesus Christ. This is the George Offor text with his Introduction and notes.

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  • Commentary on John Bunyan's The Holy War

    Commentary of John Bunyan's The Holy WarCommentary on John Bunyan's The Holy War by Robert Maguire.

    See alsoIllustrative Notes on The Pilgrim's Progress by Thomas Scott.

    Also Commentary on John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progressby Robert Maguire.

    The annotations of Rev. Robert Maguire were complied from the footnotes of John Bunyan's The Holy War, an edition published by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c. 1863. This companion volume includes a short outline of each chapter which is followed by notes, comments and symbolic meanings.  All remarks are maintained in the same chapter and order they originally appeared. Explanations of names and events add depth and richness for any reader of John Bunyan's The Holy War.

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  • Commentary on John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress

    Commentary of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's ProgressCommentary on John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress by Robert Maguire.

    See also Illustrative Notes on The Pilgrim's Progress by Thomas Scott.

    Also Commentary on John Bunyan's The Holy War by Robert Maguire.

    The notes of Rev. Robert Maguire were complied from the footnotes of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress, an edition published by Cassell, Petter, and Galpin, c. 1863. This companion volume includes a short introduction to each chapter which is followed by notes, comments and symbolic meanings.  All remarks are maintained in the same chapter and order they originally appeared. Explanations of names and events add depth and richness for any reader of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress. Paperback, 188 pages. Amazon.com link; ISBN  9780981750583; LCCN  2009940007

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  • Illustrative Notes on The Pilgrim's Progress

    Illustrated Notes on the Pilgrim's ProgressIllustrative Notes on The Pilgrim's Progress by Thomas Scott.

    See alsoCommentaryon The Pilgrim's Progress by Robert Maguire.

    Also Commentary on John Bunyan's The Holy War by Robert Maguire.

    The illustrative notes of Rev. Thomas Scott were compiled from the footnotes of an edition of "The Pilgrim's Progress" published by John B. Perry in 1855. The notes of that two-part edition have been divided into chapters for easier reference. Each note is introduced with its anchor phrase from the text of the story. This edition also includes Thomas Scott's Preface and Life of John Bunyan. "The Pilgrim's Progress" was one of Scott's favorite books and his extensive notes are sure to help anyone understand the symbolism and nuances of the allegory.

    [Thomas Scott's aim is] ". . . fixing the precise meaning of those parts, which might most perplex the inquirer, and which seem to have most escaped notice, or divided the sentiments, of expositors; [and] to state and establish, compendiously but clearly, those doctrinal, practical, and experimental views of Christianity, which Mr. Bunyan meant to convey."

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  • Solomon's Temple Spiritualized

    Solomon's Temple SpiritualizedSolomon's Temple Spiritualized by John Bunyan.

    The use of Solomon's Temple is described as a foreshadow of salvation through Jesus Christ. John Bunyan used his extensive scripture knowledge to detail seventy Old Testament sacrificial elements and relates the commonality of concept with that of the New Testament. This edition is the George Offor text including his introduction and notes. Every part of the building, including the foundation, its altar, its courts, the holy of holies, all the utensils, and the ark, were types of that more glorious system which, in the fulness of time, appeared as the antitype, and perfected the Divine revelation. The temple becomes therefore an object of our special attention as a light to guide us while searching into gospel truths.-George Offor.

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  • The Life and Death of Mr. Badman

    The Life and Death of Mr. BadmanThe Life and Death of Mr. Badman: Presented to the World in a Familiar Dialogue between Mr. Wiseman and Mr. Attentive by John Bunyan.

    This allegorical tale is a two person dialogue to help Christians understand and avoid deceptive and evil behavior. Mr. Wiseman, being wise, explains the nature of bad behavior to Mr. Attentive, who is attentively learning. Mr. Badman is the third person example of bad behavior. As George Offor explains "The author's object is to warn poor thoughtless sinners, not with smooth words, to which they would take no heed; but to thunder upon their consciences the peril of their souls, and the increasing wretchedness into which they were madly hurrying. He who is in imminent, but unseen danger, will bless the warning voice if it reach his ears, however rough and startling the sound may be." This edition uses the George Offor text with his introduction, notes and chapter divisions. Also included are the side notes (in the page margin), scripture references, and five woodcut engravings from the first edition. The pointing hand symbols are included which were used to signify "things either fully known by me [John Bunyan], as being eye and ear-witness thereto, or that I have received from such hands, whose relation, as to this, I am bound to believe."

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  • The Work of Jesus Christ as an Advocate

    The Work of Jesus Christ as an AdvocateThe Work of Jesus Christ As an Advocate by John Bunyan. Notes by George Offor.

    There is great relief and comfort to Christians that have sinned, to contemplate the office of Jesus Christ as an Advocate. John Bunyan says: "God's people are baffled with the devil for want of a distinct knowledge of Christ in all his offices." He presents a courtroom drama of Christians who have sinned, against Satan who is making accusations before the Father. He explores the where, how, what, when, with whom, and for whom in this exposition of 1 John 2:1; "And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous."  This edition is the George Offortext which includes his introduction and footnotes.

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