John Bunyan: The Poor Tinker Who Wrote a Masterpiece

“Maybe we should cancel today’s meeting.” John Bunyan (1628-1688) considered these words as he prepared to preach at a private gathering in Stamhill, England. The seething political turmoil of 1660 caused King Charles II to distrust unlicensed preachers; those hostile to the monarchy could stir up rebellion. New laws allowed preaching only in the established […]