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The spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln

a sermon preached in the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.

by Otho F. Bartholow

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Published by E. Lewis in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the Pastor Rev. Otho F. Bartholow ... ; published for gratuitous distribution by the Hon. Edson Lewis
The Physical Object
Pagination15 p. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24336370M

  Later, Abraham Lincoln's son, named Thomas after Abraham's father (but called Tad), would save the life of a turkey slated for a White House Christmas feast. The year-old was beside himself when the time came to slaughter the feathered biped named : Red Wheel/Weiser. In Lincoln's case, the trying events of his earlier life seem to have provided him with a rich full faith during his final years. This book will attempt to explore the spiritual side of Abraham Lincoln, relying on his own words and the observations of his family, his friends and historians.4/5(2).

  Drawing on Newcomer’s popular, weekly radio series about the spiritual life of Lincoln, called Quiet Fire—the author and publishing house realized that Lincoln is in a unique position to draw. Richard's books, published by Crystal Clarity Publishers, include The Reincarnation of Abraham Lincoln (an in-depth historical study of reincarnation, based on a statement by Paramhansa Yogananda—that Abraham Lincoln had been an advanced Himalayan yogi in a past life, and that he was reborn as the great aviator, Charles Lindbergh) and Walking with William of Normandy (a pilgrimage guide to the .

Abraham Lincoln was a spiritual man, and his spirit continues to both teach and inspire us. The quiet fire of his generous spirit can continue to light us—down to the latest generation. 30 Days With Abraham Lincoln: Quiet Fire is a book selecting some of the best radio features on the spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln by Duncan Newcomer. New York Times bestselling author James L. Swanson brings to life the fast-paced, suspense-filled story of Abraham Lincoln's and Jefferson Davis's final journeys through our wounded nation following the Civil War. This middle grade nonfiction book is an excellent choice for tween.


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The spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln by Otho F. Bartholow Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Spiritual Abraham Lincoln by V. Neil Wyrick is categorized as a spiritual biography of Lincoln. Although the author does provide some new insight into the spiritual life of Lincoln, it is not without problems. The biggest problem is that the author tells rather than shows/5(7).

Reviewed in the United States on March 3, Verified Purchase. Abraham Lincoln: Lessons in Spiritual Leadership is an inoffensive, focused treatise on Lincolns spiritual maturation gained primarily during the time he served as president/5(48).

The spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln: a sermon preached in the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Mt. Vernon, N.Y. by Bartholow, Otho F.

(Otho Ford), Pages: In dreams, he foresaw his sudden death. He consulted oracles, and at age 22 was told by a seer that he would become President of the United States.

Obscurantists and historians have dismissed Abraham Lincoln's psychic involvements which, in his own time, were profound state secrets.

But Lincoln's rise to power coincided with the Great Age of Spiritualism and, as a Mystical/5. The secular and religious truths vibrant in Lincoln's life and leadership are more relevant now than ever.

This book brings those themes forward with rare insight and preface by Alonzo McDonald is very, very good. Newcomer5/5(1). Abraham Lincoln: Lessons in Spiritual Leadership. Many writers have explored Lincoln's leadership; others have debated Lincoln's ambiguous religious identity.

But in this classic work, Christian philosopher and statesman Elton Trueblood reveals how Lincoln's leadership skills flowed directly from his religious convictions—which explains how the president was able to combine what few leaders can hold together: moral resolu/5(11).

The Spiritual Journey of Abraham Lincoln by Mark Ellis America’s greatest president, Abraham Lincoln, has variously been described as a religious skeptic, deist, or even a fatalist. The Life of Abraham Lincoln This book took me awhile to read. It was written in only 36 years after Lincoln’s death.

Nobody talks or writes like this author anymore, but I stuck with it and I’m glad I did. It was so interesting to read first hand accounts of Lincoln’s character 4/5(). As a young man, Lincoln openly questioned the truth of Scripture, we learn from Marvin Olasky's book, The American Leadership Tradition.

Even after he became president, Olasky writes, Lincoln's "god in and was [the] Union," not Jehovah. Then, inLincoln's life took a dramatic turn. You can see that desire reflected in Lindbergh’s final book, Autobiography of Values, where he expresses his disillusionment with modern science and technology and his curiosity about the spiritual realm.

Three times in the book he refers to his metaphysical experiences while making his historic flight from New York to Paris. Begun as a project by McClure's Magazine to collect and preserve the reminiscences of friends and acquaintances of Abraham Lincoln while they were still alive, the project grew into a Reviews: 1.

His first book, Desperately Seeking Mary, is a memoir about his own discovery of the sacred feminine. This second book, published inThirty Days with Abraham Lincoln: Quiet Fire, is a collection of thirty meditative essays about Lincoln which were created for his weekly radio show on WERU in mid-coast Maine.

His forthcoming book will be a scholarly study of the spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln. LINCOLN. As Carl Sandburg recounts in Abraham Lincoln: The Prairie Years, Lincoln attended one of Cartwright's revival meetings.

At the conclusion of the service, the fiery pulpiteer called for all who intended to go to heaven to rise. Naturally, the response was heartening. In the spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln, as with his step mother, his mind flows in a channel with this Quaker woman minister, seeing God’s will in history.

In the divine light and wisdom of what the wrong of slavery has meant he promises God that he will do something about it, first the Emancipation Proclamation and then the 13 th Amendment. The Spiritual Abraham Lincoln by V. Neil Wyrick is categorized as a spiritual biography of Lincoln.

Although the author does provide some new insight into the spiritual life of Lincoln, it is not without problems. The biggest problem is that the author tells rather than shows/5. Abraham Lincoln: The Spiritual Growth of a Public Man. On this Presidents Day Weekend, as we are experiencing the uproar of contemporary American politics, a focus on Abraham Lincoln can remind us of the values our greatest American president can shine on today’s tumult.

Excerpt from The Spiritual Life of Abraham Lincoln: A Sermon Preached in the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Mount Vernon, N. YFounding his faith, his patience and his wisdom in God he stood calm and triumphant amidst overwhelming difficulties and after forty years of struggle consummated the emancipation of three millions of the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of Seller Rating: % positive.

There are biographies, history books, picture books, children’s books and fictional novels based on his life.

In recent years, Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin has received a great deal of attention. Inthe then-Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama declared, if elected, he would.

This is Quiet Fire, a reflection on the spiritual life of Abraham Lincoln and its relevance to us today. Welcome. When we call Abraham Lincoln the soul of America, which I do in my book 30 Days with Abraham Lincoln, we enter into a powerful process of discerning not only the meaning of Lincoln’s life.

Mansfield's book on Abraham Lincoln's faith is an interesting read. Following Lincoln's faith from his rejection of God in his youth to his final words about walking in the footsteps of Christ, this book looks at Lincoln's spiritual journey and makes some informed guesses at what the president was thinking and how he changed in his beliefs 4/5().

This book is full of amazing facts of Lincoln's spiritual journey and his very painful and challenging Presidency. It is about time, the public was educated on Spiritualism and the truths about it!

Lincoln was a psychic. But, he was guided by the spirits of very important political /5.Buy a cheap copy of The Psychic Life of Abraham Lincoln book by Susan B. Martinez. In dreams, he foresaw his sudden death.

He consulted oracles, and at age 22 was told by a seer that he would become President of the United States. Obscurantists Free shipping over $Abraham Lincoln is the soul of America, calling us to our best as Americans. Lincoln scholar Duncan Newcomer has hosted more than episodes of the radio series Quiet Fire: The Spiritual Life of Abraham30 of his best stories provide a month of inspirational reading in a unique volume that invites us to read the stories—or to follow a simple code to hear the original broadcast.