The Holy War
The battle rages for the town of Mansoul! But who will win the Holy War? Let John Bunyan take you to the continent of Universe as he weaves this exciting story of the struggle between good and evil--the battle for the capture of man's soul.
This classic tales makes many spiritual truths come alive:
- the tactics Satan uses against us.
- the grace and mercy of God the Father...more
The Holy War is also an allegory, but rather than featuring a single main character, Christian, and considering his life as a whole, this allegory revolves around the great town of Mansoul and it...more
Mansoul is the name of city a that is under the great king Shaddai. No one can enter the town of Mansoul unless the city opens the gates from the insid...more
This is one of those older, classic works that has been staring me in the face since I bought it in 1995. The edition I read has been updated to modern English for the modern reader. Naturally, one would wonder if it is as good as The Pilgrim's Progress. The answer is no. However, it does hold its place in Christian allegory. In fact, I would almost reccommend the reader to tackle this one before The Pilgrim's Progress for two reasons: 1) it covers the bigger picture of redemption and the battle...more
"Hold Fast, till I come."
Cleverly written, but could be shorter and make the same points.