Abraham Lincoln wrote tracts scorning the divinity of Christ.
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels wrote 61 letters back and forth during the war, pleased that it would pave the way for Communism: Karl Marx said “This is the beginning of a world transforming revolutionary movement.” Marx commended
The first communist club started in US was in NYC in 1851. Three of these became
Mr. Lincoln said he would meet with Peace Commissioners but while they waited in
His war snuffed out hundreds of thousands of lives. Jesus said, “You shall know them by their fruit.” We see a godless man who made total war on the Christian South.
The policy that is taught in the public school will be the policy of the next generation. He led a furious war that snuffed out hundreds of thousands of lives, not to mention the millions of people will never be born because of that war.
E. M. Bounds who wrote The Power of Prayer was imprisoned by the North for saying that Jesus is over the Church, not the federal government. He told of atrocities he witnessed by Northern soldiers against civilian women outside the prison.
Even abolitionist Frederick Douglass said, “We do not have a friend in the White House.”
Some good books are Lincoln Unmasked by Thomas DeLorenzo, The Lincoln No One Knows by Web Garrison, and The Secret Six by Otto Scott. My favorite is Red Republicans - Marxism in the Civil War by Walter D. Kennedy and Al Benson.