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Ingersoll on ABRAHAM LINCOLN, from the Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume 3, Lecture 3

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In this insightful and thought-provoking lecture, Robert G. Ingersoll delves into the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln, one of America's most beloved and revered presidents. Ingersoll masterfully weaves together historical facts, personal anecdotes, and philosophical reflections to paint a multifaceted portrait of Lincoln as a man, a leader, and a symbol of hope and progress.

Throughout the lecture, Ingersoll highlights Lincoln's remarkable journey from humble beginnings to the presidency, showcasing his unwavering commitment to justice, equality, and freedom. Ingersoll also explores Lincoln's complex relationship with religion and his deep-seated belief in the power of reason, compassion, and human decency.

One of the most captivating aspects of the lecture is Ingersoll's vivid storytelling and powerful rhetoric, which brings Lincoln to life in a way that is both engaging and enlightening. Ingersoll's admiration for Lincoln shines through in every word, making this lecture a heartfelt tribute to a man who changed the course of American history.

Overall, Ingersoll on Abraham Lincoln is a must-read for anyone interested in the life and legacy of this iconic figure. Ingersoll's eloquent prose and profound insights offer a fresh perspective on Lincoln's enduring influence and remind us of the timeless values that he stood for. This lecture is a testament to the enduring power of Lincoln's legacy and a fitting tribute to one of America's greatest leaders.

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Col. Ingersoll begins his popular lecture series on famous persons as follows: "It is hard to overstate the debt we owe to the men and women of genius. Take from our world what they have given, and all the niches would be empty, all the walls naked—meaning and connection would fall from words of poetry and fiction, music would go back to common air, and all the forms of subtle and enchanting Art would lose proportion and become the unmeaning waste and shattered spoil of thoughtless Chance." One of the most famous orators of his day, a contemporary and personal friend of Mark Twain and General Grant, Ingersoll's lectures on famous people herein includes: SHAKESPEARE, ROBERT BURNS, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, VOLTAIRE, WALT WHITMAN; followed by inspiring speeches on THE GREAT INFIDELS, WHICH WAY? , and ABOUT THE HOLY BIBLE. Each lecture in Volume 3 will be presented on as a separate audiobook in the series entitled Ingersoll on Famous People.


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