What Was Abraham Lincoln's Religion?

ABRAHAM LINCOLN DIDN'T talk much about religion, even with his best friends, and he didn't belong to any church. But he once confided to a friend that his religious code was the same as an old man he knew in Indiana, who said, "When I do good, I feel good, and when I do bad, I feel bad, and that's my religion."

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Staff, H. (2008, October 12). What Was Abraham Lincoln's Religion?, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2024, June 16 from

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