Christian and Faithful encounter persecution in Vanity Fair.
After an uproar in the market, they are arrested and put on trial. Wicked men testify against them. Evil jurors hear their case. Martyrdom awaits.
1. What is the significance of the name “Vanity Fair”?
2. Bunyan details the history of this city and its marketplace. What’s the background?
3. Why were the Pilgrims not accepted and even offensive to the people?
4. List the names of those who brought charges or the jurors. Describe what they are like.
5. Some of the people are amazed at the Pilgrims’ conduct while on trial. What was remarkable to them and why?
6. What is the reason that one pilgrim is set free?
7. What are the main lessons from this chapter for you?
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Mark Vroegop is the Lead Pastor of College Park Church in Indianapolis. He’s the author of Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy: Discovering the Grace of Lament, the ECPA 2020 Christian Book of the Year and Weep with Me: How Lament Opens a Door for Racial Reconciliation.