Visions of Heaven and Hell by John Bunyan (author of 'Pilgrim's Progress')
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He is recorded in the Elstow parish register as having been baptised John Bunyan, on 30 November On May 23, , Thomas married his first wife, Margaret Bentley. Like Thomas, she was from Elstow and she was also born in So he must also have spent some time at a school, possibly the one in Houghton Conquest Some think that Bunyan may have attended Bedford Grammar School but some records show that only pupils living in the Borough of Bedford were eligible for a place there. Either way, his later writings demonstrate a high degree of English literacy.
With so many Christian websites promoting this book, we felt it was time to primarily for those who have already read the book and believe that it was written by John Bunyan, the great author of Pilgrim's Progress. We do not suggest that one should read the book. This book is very dangerous and one should not subject his mind to unscriptural things. We will prove beyond a shadow of doubt that John Bunyan did NOT even write the "Visions of Heaven and Hell" book and thus the credibility of the author who did, in fact, write this book is in question. The book is a fake-- plain and simple. The "vision" is anti-biblical and adds to the Bible things that God never gave us!
When the wicked have traveled a course of sin, and discover they have reason to fear the God; s judgement and wrath for their sins, they begin to wish there is no God to punish them, then by degrees they persuade themselves there is no God, and then they set themselves to study the arguments to support their opinion. This excellent book by John Bunyan covers the subject matter of the existence of heaven and hell as well as studies and dispells the arguments presented by sinners who argue there is no heaven and hell. Most do not know that Bunyan wrote some 60 books, and poetry too. And also almost a well-kept secret is that his doctrine was so biblically laced that many good men would call him too severe. He believed in, and taught, ALL the doctrines of grace, including double-predestination, or reprobation. Why then is he not smeared with the name of hyper-Calvinist like Goodwin, Gill, and others? I guess the same people ought to call Luther a hyper-Lutheran, for he believed and taught it, too.