Johnny Godshall: A Pilgrim's Process

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Thorndike Press, Aug 1, 2000 - Fiction - 336 pages
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In this wild and wonderful novel, the darts fly from page one to the climactic finale. In a beat-up van, Johnny and Christian retrace John Bunyan's classic journey as described in The Pilgrim's Progress. They confront the snares which seduce all pilgrims tempted to sell their souls for fame and fortune. As he travels through Ambivalencia, Totalitaria, Secular City, and other intriguing locales, Johnny discovers what no one likes to face. Bureaucratic power, puffery, vanity, money, exploitative psychology, schemes for world domination, and more -- these are all ultimately empty, no match for the God who alone brings joy.

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