What got Herndon in even more trouble with his biography was claiming that Lincoln was a free-thinker and certainly no Christian.
This man became free-thinker, driven thereto by the bigotry and wickedness of the Churches.
Her husband seems a sensible fellow, though; but the devil of a free-thinker.
Doubtless, like many modern Italians, he was a free-thinker in matters of religion.
Atherstone was a philosopher, a free-thinker, and a vegetarian.
John read his drama, The free-thinker, which was duly criticised.
He is a free-thinker and a republican—we are church people and Tories.
In actual modern Europe a free-thinker does not mean a man who thinks for himself.
In relation to the Israelite, the Christian is an esprit fort, a free-thinker.
In the course of this conversation, lieutenant Lismahago dropt some hints by which it appeared he himself was a free-thinker.