Macmillan, 1995 M05 15 - 224 pages
Lincoln is famous to us for phrases and attitudes ringing with biblical references. He had internalized the music and the morality of the Bible--quite possibly by means of a book he signed and carried in his pocket called The Believer's Daily Treasure. Reprinted in its entirety, this book provides proof of Lincoln's deeply religious character.
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