John Bunyan wrote Pilgrim’s Progress in 1678. Part, if not all, was written while he was a prisoner in Bedfordshire, England. Bunyan was imprisoned for conducting religious services independent of the Church of England.
This particular retelling was done in order to distribute to those walking the Camino de Santiago and to those who might find the original language to be difficult. May this retelling of Pilgrim’s Progress encourage today’s pilgrims in their journey toward the City whose builder and maker is God.