Title: Prisoner of Conscience John Bunyan on Self, ...
Publisher: Paternoster Press
Book Condition: New
Prisoner of Conscience is an interdisciplinary study of Bunyan's understanding of conscience, to what degree it demands fidelity, and how this affects Bunyan's relationship both to the modern emphases on individualism and to historic Christianity. This book deal with Bunyan's theological, fictional, and autobiographical writings, often in comparison with his contemporaries, such as the Quakers, John Milton, and Richard Baxter. Bookseller Inventory # JOHPRISON
Synopsis: This is an interdisciplinary study of John Bunyan's understanding of conscience across his autobiographical, theological, and fictional writings, investigating whether conscience always deserves fidelity, and how Bunyan's view of conscience affects his relationship both to modern Western individualism and historic Christianity.
About the Author: Galen K. Johnson is Assistant Professor of Theology at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, USA. He is an ordained Baptist minister.
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