Christianity and American Freemasonry (Google eBook)

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Ignatius Press, 1998 - Religion - 215 pages
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I found this book to be very easy to read. I think it is very well written and it never really seems to bash anyone, giving in stead, in my opinion, just the facts. The book list the views of several ... Read full review

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I am interested that this book is binned as 'religion' and 'social science'. There should be a classification for 'predjudice' and 'mudslinging' perhpas, but to imply any science in this tome is nothing short of absurd. There are so few facts, it would be difficult to grab hold of anything to start with.
There are many men who are Christian AND Masons who have written about the fraternity and no only are they far better informed than Mr. Whalen, but they demonstrate far more intelligence.
 

Contents

American Freemasonry
13
Origin of Masonry
34
Masonic Initiation
40
Scottish and York Rites
78
The Masonic Religion
100
The Masonic Oaths
115
Allied Masonic Organizations
121
Catholic Attitudes toward the Lodge
136
Protestant and Eastern Orthodox Criticism of Masonry
150
Masonry in Other Countries
169
The Christian and the Lodge
187
Appendix
195
Glossary
197
Bibliography
201
Index
207
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