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Memoris and Biographies
Author: John Eleazer Remsburg
ISBN: 1176160346
Subcategory: Leaders & Notable People
Pages 348 pages
Publisher Nabu Press (July 27, 2010)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
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by John Eleazer Remsburg


Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Fish, D. Lincoln bibliography. Copy 1: Bound in cloth, with an embossed design on cover and gold lettering on spine.

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To the friends of abraham lincoln who have had the courage to affirm the true .

To the friends of abraham lincoln who have had the courage to affirm the true and deny the false; and to the friends of truth who will have the honesty to reject the false and accept the true, this volume is inscribed by the author. The Christian Sabbath Is It Of Divine Origin? By John Eleazer Remsburg. The Bible I. Authenticity II. Credibility III. Morality. By John Eleazer Remsburg.

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Abraham Lincoln book. John Eleazer Remsburg (aka Remsberg) was an American religious skeptic. Remsburg was a rationalist, critic of the morality as found in the Bible, and he questioned the historicity of Jesus

Abraham Lincoln book. Almost immediately after the remains of Abraham Lincoln were laid to rest. Remsburg was a rationalist, critic of the morality as found in the Bible, and he questioned the historicity of Jesus. Books by John E. Remsburg. Mor. rivia About Abraham Lincoln

John Eleazer Remsburg (January 7, 1848 – 1919) was an ardent religious skeptic in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His name is sometimes spelled Remsberg. Remsburg was born in Fremont, Ohio, a son of George J. and Sarah A. (Willey) Remsburg

John Eleazer Remsburg (January 7, 1848 – 1919) was an ardent religious skeptic in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. (Willey) Remsburg. He enlisted in the Union army at the age of sixteen during the American Civil War. On October 9, 1870, he married Miss Nora M. Eiler of Atchison, Kansas.

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Was Abraham Lincoln a Christian? Many confidently believe and earnestly contend that he was; others as. .

Was Abraham Lincoln a Christian? Many confidently believe and earnestly contend that he was; others as confidently believe and as earnestly contend that he was not. Before attempting to answer this question, let us define what constitutes a Christian. On one of these occasions Mr. Lincoln took up a book containing a careful canvass of the city of Springfield in which he lived, showing the candidate for whom each citizen had declared it his intention to vote in the approaching election. Mr. Lincoln's friends had, doubtless at his own request, placed the result of the canvass in his hands. This was toward the close of October, and only a few days before the election.

John Eleazer Remsburg (variously Remsberg; January 7, 1848 – September 24, 1919) was an ardent religious skeptic in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In his book 1909 book The Christ, Remsburg lists forty-two ancient writers who did not mention Jesus or whose mentions are suspect, and this list has appeared in many subsequent books that question the historicity of Jesus. Remsburg himself wrote that the man Jesus may have existed, but that the Christ of the gospels is mythical.

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Shaktiktilar
Such a great book! Remsburg was extremely thorough in gathering his evidence to make a rock solid case. Well written and honestly written. The reviewers who complain that it is a skewed analysis are dead wrong. The book starts with the pro-Christian evidence, after which I was ready to stop reading and assumed he was a Christian. Then (SPOILER ALERT:) Remsburg totally annihilates every shred of that evidence and deluges the reader with evidence to the contrary.
Honest Abe deserves an honest view of his beliefs, and Remsburg delivered.
Saberblade
I have the utmost respect and appreciation for our beloved 16th President . . . but confess that this author has compiled an impressive mountain of evidence to suggest that Lincoln was, at best, a Deist. It's ironic that the Christian doctrine of an eternally burning hell is the chief reason for Lincoln's rejection of Christianity; hopefully the Church will continue with wrestling with how a loving God can lose a war against evil and consign millions of normal, fragile human sinners to eternal flames. This is a well-written book with plenty of references to back up the writer's assertions.
Walan
Horribly one sided. Author chooses who and what he wants to believe, believing people do not / cannot change.
Uranneavo
I really enjoy this product. I would definately refer you to my friends. Thanks for your great service. Have a great day!
Ganthisc
Learn stuff you were never taught.
Windworker
Very interesting read a different slant on an American hero. This will make us realize that sometimes our heroes have clay feet.
Todal
This is the most lop-sided review of a president I have ever 'partially' read. Because of the obvious anti-Christian bias, I recommend no body waste their time with it. It certainly would make most right-thinking individuals puke.
1.) Abraham Lincoln & Ulysses S. Grant lived in Illinois, USA.

Might is Right was first published in Chicago, Illinois by Auditorium Press. Lincoln, of course, lived in Springfield, Illinois. It is interesting to note that Arthur Desmond (the man usually alleged to be Ragnar Redbeard) was an “anarchist” that lived in New Zealand. This seeming contradiction has never been resolved, to my knowledge, by the proponents of the Desmond authorship theory.

2.) Abraham Lincoln wrote an anti-Christian book that all of his friends read but which he wouldn’t publish.

Abraham Lincoln was said to openly criticize Christianity every single day, among his peers. It is not an exaggeration to say that all of his close friends reported that he wrote a “pamphlet” / “book” dedicated to destroying Christianity. All of his friends report either reading or hearing about this book. And they all say that he wouldn’t publish it. (The reasons for this would be obvious.)

Now ask yourself: How likely is it that this work was really never published – even after his death? Of course someone saved it. And of course they published it after he died.

Might is Right first appeared in 1890. Ulysses S. Grant died in 1885.

3.) Abraham Lincoln & Ulysses S. Grant were not fans of minorities.

Despite being heralded as heroes of racial integration and egalitarianism – nothing could be further from the truth. Read what Lincoln and Grant actually thought about blacks, Amerindians, and Jews. … Now read Might is Right.

4.) Might is Right was written by a leader.

There are only so many people in 1800s America who possibly could have had the clarity of mind to write Might is Right. It is an ethical guide for future Americans. It is written from the standpoint of a social leader in a position of authority (and not an anarchist).

5.) Neither Lincoln nor Grant were Freemasons.

There is a jab at Freemasonry in Might is Right – and Lincoln and Grant were literally at war with Freemasonry during the Civil War. To oppose Freemasonry and also Christianity is rare indeed.

6.) Abraham Lincoln enjoyed women & song.

The author(s) of Might is Right is no prude. Though the work is basically a fascistic screed, “Ragnar Rebeard” still enjoyed drink and women – just like Lincoln did.

The above information all conspires to form an irresistible conclusion.