Great christian book
The book is told from the third person perspective in the context of a dream. the book is divided into two parts. in the first part, the narrator follows a character named christian from the time he leaves the city of destruction and his family, accepting the path chirst lays out for him, and watches christian progress through his earthly journey until he reaches heaven. many of the elements encountered in the christian faith are personified as characters that christian encounters. the second half of the book tells the account of christian's wife's and children's journey toward heaven. the margins of the book are filled with scripture references that go along with the story. a good background in protestant theology makes the book much more enjoyable. i found the pilgram's progress to be very insightful.