3 edition of What Is The Duty Of Pious Men In Regard To Freemasonry? - Pamphlet found in the catalog.
September 15, 2006
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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As the Grand Lodge of England wrote in 'Freemasonry and Religion', 'Freemasonry is far from indifferent to religion. Without interfering in religious practice, it expects each member to follow his own faith, and to place above all other duties his duty to God by whatever name He is known.'. [Elu of the Twelve.] THE duties of a Prince Ameth are, to be earnest, true, reliable, and sincere; to protect the people against illegal impositions and exactions; to contend for their political rights, and to see, as far as he may or can, that those bear the burdens who reap the benefits of the Government. You are to be true unto all men.
Freemasons are Most Religious. and. Very Reverent to Demons “So Paul, standing in the center of Areopagus [Mars Hill meeting place], said: Men of Athens, I perceive in every way [on every hand and with every turn I make] that you are most religious or very reverent to demons. For as I passed along and carefully observed your objects of worship, I came also upon an altar with this inscription. THE GROWING MENACE. OF FREEMASONRY. Disraeli, speaking at Aylesbury, 20th September, , said:—"I can assure you, Gentlemen, that those who govern must count with new elements! We have to deal not with Emperors and Cabinets only. We must take into consideration secret societies, who can disconcert all measures at the last moment, who have agents everywhere, determined men, .
Handout for the Wife of an Accepted Candidate. Also recommended for the accepted candidate is the pamphlet Maine Freemasonry published by the Grand Lodge of Maine and available from the Grand Secretary’s office. SHEET AC I. The external qualifications may, for the sake of convenience, be divided under several heads: 1. Physical. This is generally not due to any specific prejudice but rather due to religious belief (depending on how one interprets St. Paul, for example). However, judging by conversation on sonry, it is safe to say that Masons generally would not regard homosexuality as a barrier to membership. (4) I have a physical disability.
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Origin, Objects, and Introduction of Freemasonry into the United States, and also its introduction among colored men in this country. I shall, therefore, proceed, at once to the discharge of my duty, doing the best I can according to the opportunity and means at hand for the accomplishment of this Size: 96KB.
Freemasonry recognizes that one man may have greater potential in life, service, or reward, than another; but, we also believe that any man can aspire to any height, no matter how great.
Thus, the Level dignifies labor and the man who performs it. It also acknowledges that all men are equal without regard to station. The Level also symbolizes theFile Size: 45KB. Nature then is the book in which Freemasonry finds the divine will expressed.
Its sentiments are well expressed by Philo, namely, that Nature is the language in which God speaks. The human voice is made to be heard, but the voice of God to be seen, that what God says consists in acts, not in words. He might have said, like all other sects, in which the instruction of the young member is an imperative duty.
"They admitted no women into their Order." Though this is intended by the editor to show a point of identity with Freemasonry, it does no such thing.
It is the common rule of all masculine associations. His duty as a citizen must always prevail over any obligation to other Freemasons, and any attempt to shield a Freemason who has acted dishonorably or unlawfully is contrary to this prime duty and the teachings of Freemasonry itself. Freemasonry teaches that due-paying Freemasonry & good works alone is one's guarantee for Heaven.
Without any intervention needed by Jesus Christ. This is a Satanic Lie to me and to most Christians. Masons don't worship the Christian God Jesus. They worship a generic Grand Architect of the Universe. The Roman Catholic Freemason. Past, Present and Future The Royal Arch Mason - Spring By Wor.
Bro. ALEC MELLOR Grande Loge Nationale Francaise Editor's Note: For those who have been speculating as to the present relationship between the Vatican and Freemasonry, this article will be a revelation.
The author is a. 90 the great teachings of masonry cause he who begins by practising it towards fellow Masons will come sooner or later to practise it everywhere. And I like to think that Freemasonry is a world inside the world, and that in Masonry those habits of fraternity are developing which will one day take root everywhere.
THE CHARACTER, CLAIMS AND PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF FREEMASONRY By Rev. FINNEY. CHAPTER XVI. THE ARGUMENT THAT GREAT AND GOOD MEN HAVE BEEN AND ARE FREEMASONS, EXAMINED.
IT is the universal practice of Freemasons to claim as belonging to their fraternity a great many wise and good men. WISCONSIN MASONIC HANDBOOK CHAPTER 12 THE CHARGES AND THE LANDMARKS A.
INTRODUCTION The theory is that, at first, operative masonry existed simply as an art of building. For a variety of reasons, operative masons, with the assistance of learned and pious men invented the speculative science or Freemasonry. Operative masonry. Freemasonry By Ron Rhodes Other names: Masonry, Masonic Lodge, The Lodge.
Founders: Though the origin of Freemasonry is debated, it appears that Anglican clergymen James Anderson, George Payne, and Theopholis Desaguliers played a founding role.
Founding date: Apparently A.D. Location of groups today: About half the Grand Lodges and two-thirds of the Freemasons in the. This is probably nonsense but Freemasonry had spread into England by the middle of the seventeenth century, and later Ireland, though the latter is predominantly Catholic.
Mysteriouser and mysteriouser. Records show that men like Ashmole ( – 92), an alchemist and Rosicrucian was a Mason in the late seventeenth century. INTRODUCTION. By WOR. BRO. J.S.M. WARD, M.A., F.S.S.
(Author of Freemasonry and the Ancient Gods.) IT is with great pleasure that I have accepted Major Sanderson's invitation to write an Introduction to his book, for I consider it one of the most valuable contributions of recent times from the standpoint of the Anthropological School of Masonic Research.
The History of Masonry before the Establishment Of The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, Free And Accepted Masons Of California Tradition vs. History In each of our post-Degree lectures, two terms are commonly used. "Masonic Tradition" and "History".
They are specifically used because it is important to distinguish between what we know have recorded and what. In Prichard s case, however, his exposure - as these publications disclosing Masonic ritual came to be known - is a blessing in disguise for the student of freemasonry today.
The only available contemporary Grand Lodge information is to be found in (*15) Anderson s Constitutions of the Free-Masons published in. Freemasonry has always been true to its name, and the real Mason is the builder of the temple of his own character.
Its mission is to furnish high ideals for the individual, that may be reflected in his actions towards his fellow men.
The Masonic ideal teaches that moral and spiritual attainments are far more important than the material and. Alexander Campbell’s Analysis of the Book of Mormon “Delusions” I had concluded to publish the result of my inquiries of these men, with some strictures upon their book. But at this time I was informed by a friend, that a faithful review of the book had been published by.
FREEMASONRY. By The Rev. CHARLES G. FINNEY. PREFACE. IN few words I wish to state what are not and what are my reasons for writing this book. It is not that I have any quarrel or controversy with any member of the Masonic Order. No one of them can justly accuse me of any personal ill.
A pamphlet, Freemasonry (revised edition, ), published by the Catholic Truth Society, after describing Anglo-Saxon freemasons as "inoffensive and well-meaning people" and admitting that freemasonry is "beneficial to the country, or at any rate quite harmless," then makes quite clear that the solemn oath of secrecy is one of the "two main.
Being Truly Prepared. Discussion in 'Masonic Education may be made, no end of embarrassment may be avoided, and the Craft Strengthened or protected accordingly. The first duty of the committee, as well as the last, is to see whether or not the man before them has the qualities of character which will enable him to add to the good name and.
The following document is actually a copy of a letter written by Noah Webster in The letter was so well received that Noah Webster was asked to publish the letter. This letter was then edited by Noah Webster and published in The Panoplist and Missionary Magazine (a magazine created to encourage Americans by sharing [ ].General Assembly reports are thoughtful and weighty treatises on important matters but they are not constitutional documents.
Only the Confession of Faith and Catechisms, the Form of Government, the Book of Discipline, and the Directory for the Public Worship of God of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church express the church’s official understanding of what the Word of God teaches.Anti-Masonry (alternatively called anti-Freemasonry) is "avowed opposition to Freemasonry ".
However, there is no homogeneous anti-Masonic movement. Anti-Masonry consists of radically differing criticisms from sometimes incompatible groups who are hostile to Freemasonry in some form.
The earliest anti-Masonic document was a leaflet printed in.