The Pilgrim's Progress

In John Bunyon's allegory "Pilgrim's Progress", how are the names of the jurors part of the allegory?

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All of the characters in this allegory have names that indicate their nature. The jurors and witnesses were: Envy, Superstition, and Pickthank. They testify against Faithful who remains 'faithful' to the last and is executed.