Christian (Pilgrim's Progress) Christian is the central character in John Bunyan’s 1678 novel, “Pilgrim’s Progress.” He is the hero of the pilgrimage and he is defined by his faith and search for salvation (hence his name). The novel is an allegory of a Christian’s search for religious truth, and the character “Christian” provides that symbolism. His spiritual journey from the “City of Destruction” to the “Celestial City” brings him to such places as “Vanity Fair” and the “Valley of the Shadow of Death.” Christian’s sense of urgency toward his goal of salvation far outweighs any of his earthy concerns.
Christian Island - a song by Gordon Lightfoot
Christian’s Inferno - a song by Green Day
Good Christian Kings - a song by Joan Baez
Good Christian Soldier - a song by Kris Kristofferson
Sister Christian - a song by Night Ranger
The Christian - a song by Jimmy Buffett
The Christian Life - a song by The Byrds
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Famous People Named Christian - Christian Slater (actor); Christian Bale (actor); Christian Dior (designer), Christian Louboutin (designer)
Famous People Who Named Their Son Christian - Bjorn (musician); Bridgette Wilson (actress); Dick Van Dyke (actor); Eddie Murphy (comic/actor); Marlon Brando (actor); Mel Gibson (actor); Pete Sampras (tennis player); Roger Moore (actor)
Hans Christian Anderson (2 Apr1805 - 4 Aug 1875) - Considered a National Treasure in Denmark, Hans Christian Anderson wrote some of the best loved children's stories of all time. Published in over 150 languages, you'd be hard pressed not to find a child in this world who hasn't been delighted by one of his famous works which include "The Little Mermaid," "The Ugly Duckling" and "Thumbelina.".