"I fear it is now out of the power of man and in God alone must be
our trust. No act could give me so much pleasure as to restore
peace to my country".
Thus spake Robert E. Lee, a man torn between obligation to the
government he had so faithfully served and the state he so dearly
loved. Though many were the causes of the war, Lee fought not for
the enslavement of man, but for the freedom of his treasured home.
J. Steven Wilkins gives us a fresh look at the character of this
man of God and the call of duty he could not ignore.
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