Best Pilgrim's Progress Edition?

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David Taylor

Puritan Board Freshman
Not sure if this is the right forum for this but I was just curious, what is everyone's favorite printed edition of Pilgrim's Progress?

I only have the book digitally and would like a printed copy.
 

TylerRay

Puritan Board Graduate
Are you saying a Pilgrim should make real Progress from Dispensationalism to Covenant Theology? ;);)
Lol no I just thought that this was a forum for discussing Christian experience (our progress as pilgrims).

The literary forum is for discussing editions of books and such, no?
 

JimmyH

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bookslover

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I have a 2006 reprint, by Ambassador Emerald International (whoever they are, or were) of Greenville, South Carolina, of an 1845 reprint by Samuel Bagster and Sons in London. It includes both Part 1 and Part 2 and has many illustrations in it. It even has a pretty thorough 8-page (2 columns per page) index in the back.
 

greenbaggins

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Get the Banner of Truth 3 volume edition of Bunyan's works. Then you have a very nice edition of Pilgrim's Progress, and you have his treatise on justification, the Holy War, Grace Abounding, the Strait Gate, and quite a few other things as well. The edition of Pilgrim's Progress in that set also has helpful marginal notes by commentators.
 

David Taylor

Puritan Board Freshman
Get the Banner of Truth 3 volume edition of Bunyan's works. Then you have a very nice edition of Pilgrim's Progress, and you have his treatise on justification, the Holy War, Grace Abounding, the Strait Gate, and quite a few other things as well. The edition of Pilgrim's Progress in that set also has helpful marginal notes by commentators.
I actually have all of his works in Logos.
 
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