The Holy War


Read by Joy Chan

(4.7 stars; 81 reviews)

The Holy War is perhaps John Bunyan's second most popular work, after The Pilgrim's Progress. It tells the story of a fierce battle to take control of a city from its rightful ruler. (Summary by Joy Chan) (9 hr 54 min)

Chapters

Preface 11:33 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 1 42:08 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 2 32:15 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 3 52:22 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 4 44:50 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 5 39:28 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 6 34:23 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 7 27:35 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 8 35:17 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 9 29:08 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 10 26:51 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 11 30:46 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 12 31:25 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 13 24:47 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 14 26:32 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 15 18:33 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 16 28:27 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 17 19:48 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 18 18:32 Read by Joy Chan
Chapter 19 20:10 Read by Joy Chan

Reviews

the holy war


(5 stars)

Great story beautifully read. Excellent.

An enchanting recording


(5 stars)

Once upon a time in the town of Mansoul, a fierce battle raged to take control away from the rightful Prince. Who will be the conquering Prince? Diabolus or Emmanuel? And what can the inhabitants do to resist the attacks of the evil one? Your soul is under attack from the forces of evil. Many thanks to Mrs Chan for her delightful reading of JohnBunyan's classic tale.

Good book


(4.5 stars)

Those who enjoyed The Pilgrim's Progress will likely enjoy this two, though the book has an 'ensemble cast', so to speak, rather than a single main character. While not as good as The Pilgrim's Progress, it has nuggets of wisdom that have a truthiness about them. Good job by the reader.

Holy War - Bunyan -Jor Chan


(5 stars)

A great reader - pleasant to listen to and sound content. Definitely worth hearing.

extremely profitable and insightfull


(5 stars)

the reader did an excellent job reading, the book I recommend to all Christians.

A favorite!


(5 stars)

This is an excellently read book, and very deep and inspirational!

Joy Chan ready truly does this great work justice


(5 stars)

Great book!


(5 stars)

I think I enjoyed this even more than the more popular pilgrims progress. although they are both great reads! I love the deep theology that is found here and how it is made so simple to understand. the descriptions of the battles and sieges could have only been written by a man who was actually a soldier which John Bunyan was for a few years. and this book is even more remarkable when it is considered that (I believe) it was written during his twelve years that he spent in prison because he refused to stop preaching the Gospel. I wish every christian could read this book at least once, and maybe read it again every single year.