Pilgrim's Progress: Cherokee Only - TSUNELODI DUNIGISVSVI - TSALAGIHA

Pilgrim's Progress: Cherokee Only - TSUNELODI DUNIGISVSVI - TSALAGIHA

by John Bunyan, Michael Joyner

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Overview

The Cherokee Language translation of the beginning of Pilgrim's Progress.

This is the text as published in The Cherokee Messenger in 1844.

The translation starts where the dream begins and stops after the two children are discussed in the Interpreter's house.

ᎯᎠᏍᎩᏂ “ᏧᏁᎶᏗ ᏚᏂᎩᏒᏒᎢ” ᏓᏟᎶᏍᏗ ᏧᏁᎶᏗ ᎢᎪᎯᏛ ᎤᏕᏗ ᎨᏒ ᎠᏂ ᎡᎶᎯ, ᏗᎴᏂ ᎢᎬᏱᏱᏉ ᎠᎪᏩᏛ ᎤᏁᎳᏅᎯ ᎤᏍᎦᏅᏤᎸᎯ ᎨᏒᎢ, ᎠᎴ ᎤᏁᎳᏅᎯᏉ ᎤᏔᎳᏬᎯᏍᏗ ᎤᏓᏄᏴᏗᏕᎬᎢ, ᎬᏂ ᎠᏂ ᎡᎶᎯ ᎠᏥᏯᏅᎰᎯᏍᏗ ᏂᎦᎵᏍᏔᏂᎦ, ᎠᎴ ᎦᎸᎳᏗ ᏦᏒ ᏭᎷᎯᏍᏗ ᏫᏂᎦᎵᏍᏔᏂᎯᎲᎢ.

ᎾᏍᎩᏃ ᎯᎠ ᎢᎸᏍᎩ ᎢᎧᏁᏨᎯ ᏦᎪᏏᏐᏗ ᏥᏂᎦᎵᏍᏔᏂᎦ ᎤᏟᎧ ᎤᏍᏆᏂᎪᏗᏳ ᎠᏰᎸᏗ ᎠᎴ ᎠᎯᏗᏳ ᎪᎵᏍᏗ ᎨᏎᏍᏗ ᎣᏤᎵᎭ ᎯᎠ ᏣᎳᎩ ᏗᏂᎪᎵᏰᏍᎩ ᏓᏂᎪᎵᏰᏍᎬᎢ.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152557596
Publisher: John Bunyan
Publication date: 01/02/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

[from Wikipedia] John Bunyan (/ˈbʌnjən/; baptised November 30, 1628 – August 31, 1688) was an English writer and Puritan preacher best remembered as the author of the Christian allegory The Pilgrim's Progress. In addition to The Pilgrim's Progress, Bunyan wrote nearly sixty titles, many of them expanded sermons. Bunyan came from the village of Elstow, near Bedford. He had some schooling and at the age of sixteen joined the Parliamentary Army during the first stage of the English Civil War. After three years in the army he returned to Elstow and took up the trade of tinker, which he had learned from his father. He became interested in religion after his marriage, attending first the parish church and then joining the Bedford Meeting, a nonconformist group in Bedford, and becoming a preacher. After the restoration of the monarch, when the freedom of nonconformists was curtailed, Bunyan was arrested and spent the next twelve years in jail as he refused to give up preaching. During this time he wrote a spiritual autobiography, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, and began work on his most famous book, The Pilgrim's Progress, which was not published until some years after his release. He is remembered in the Church of England with a Lesser Festival on 30 August, and on the liturgical calendar of the United States Episcopal Church on 29 August. Some other churches of the Anglican Communion, such as the Anglican Church of Australia, honour him on the day of his death (31 August).

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