Still, on the day he was shot, Lincoln said he longed to go to Jerusalem to walk in the Savior’s steps. Yet, throughout his life, Lincoln fought with God. In his early years in Illinois, he rejected even the existence of God and became the village atheist. He freed the slaves, gave the world some of its most beautiful phrases, and redefined the meaning of America.
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