John Bunyan: The Time is early evening, November 12, 1660. Just moments before, the master of the house had taken him aside and in agitated voice said, "Oh Mr. Bunyan, there is a warrant out against you, and the officers are on the lookout for you. We cannot have our meeting! ... You must leave!" "What, brother!" says Bunyan. "Go away and not have the meeting!" "Oh yes, Mr. Bunyan, they are in search of you, and they'll have you in prison if they can find you." "What if they do? I will by no means stir, neither will I have the meeting dismissed for this." And so the next 12 years were spent in a loathsome dungeon surrounded by profligates and felons. Yet in that dismal den, John Bunyan breathed the very atmosphere of heaven and there he wrote that immortal classic that we know as The Pilgrim's Progress. A book that has been translated into more languages, been published in more editions and changed more lives than any other non-biblical book in history.Bunyan, John is the author of 'Pilgrims Progress ', published 2003 under ISBN 9780486426754 and ISBN 0486426750.