A Pilgrim's path: Freemasonry and the religious right

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M. Evans, 1993 - Social Science - 178 pages
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User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

Like "Born in Blood," the author seems to float around a bit. His writing is good and he makes excellent points. I particularly liked his take on Pat Robertson. Read full review

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User Review  - Mick Glasgow - Goodreads

This book explains a lot of the famous misnomers of anti-masonry such as the Lucifer reference by Albert Pike and the anti-masonry hoax of Leo Taxil. It also reviews the good works Freemasons have ... Read full review

Contents

Getting to Know You
1
PART
11
What Is a Mason?
13
Copyright

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