Hypocrisy In Pilgrim's Progress
Topics: Christianity, Jesus, God, New Testament, Bible, Religion / Pages: 1 (194 words) / Published: Sep 25th, 2015

Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan is about a man named Christian and his journey to the Celestial City and his wife Christiana’s pilgrimage to follow him. They meet many other pilgrims on the way, some who are successful, and others who are not. These characters are one-dimensional, so they may strengthen the faith of Christian and Christiana.

In the beginning of Christian’s excursion, he is joined by Pliable. As his name suggests, Pliable is easily persuaded to come to the Holy City, but after he is caught in the Slough of Despond, his faith is not strong enough to carry on. If Pliable were to keep going, he would have been easily led astray by deceivers such as Worldly Wiseman. Formality and Hypocrisy are traveling to the Celestial City

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