For All Men and All Time

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Social Science - 52 pages
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This booklet discusses the universality of Freemasonry and other aspects of Masonic philosophy. It touches on such topics as: is the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite universal and tolerant, or is it dogmatic and limited in whole or in part to Christians; the 18th Degree, symbol of universality; principle of change, flexibility of rituals; militant spirit of Freemasonry.

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