In honor of the 200th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s birth, this weekend on State of Belief, host Welton Gaddy will speak with Lincoln biographer, Ronald C. White, Jr.    Describing Lincoln’s faith has been difficult for many historians. The 16th president never officially joined a church, and yet he often used Biblical references in his speeches.  And his Second Inaugural Address is one of the most religious ever delivered.  Tune in this weekend to State of Belief to hear Welton’s conversation about Lincoln, religion and the presidency.   In the meantime, the Washington Post has posed similar questions in a recent article on Lincoln and his faith.

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