Jaico Publishing House
|Number of Pages||272 Pages|
When Lincoln reunited a country fractured by the Civil War – all the while enduring unceasing political criticism and tragic personal losses – he triumphed under conditions that would break most people. Determined to discover the source of this amazing strength and resilience, scholar Philip Ostergard has spent years uncovering the place of faith in Lincoln’s life. The result is a fascinating look at the depth of Lincoln’s knowledge and beliefs.
For those who seek answers to the questions surrounding Lincoln’s views, this book offers intriguing details into Lincoln’s inner battle between doubt and faith, as well as the complex times in which he lived.