Synopses & Reviews
Excerpt from Mountain Herald, Vol. 25: February-March, 1921
Dr. Hill has in this study reclassified the material upon a new principle and given us a new and interesting interpretation of the facts of Lincoln's life. Not only is Lincoln presented as a man in whom is the divine indwelling; but he is portrayed as a sort of rapt Isaiah, the mouthpiece of deity, making known eter nal verities to the men of his time.
Chiefly from the substantial evidence of fruitage Dr. Hill would have us know the character of the tree. Besides trust worthy witnesses are introduced and the proof of personal testi mony is abundant that the religious element in Lincoln's life was its dominant factor; that his character as a politician and as a statesman was determined by his character as a Christian.
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