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which are presented to the mind of the inquiring scholar, which. are sometimes concurrent, but much oftener conflicting, in their. Size: 1MB. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY It is a component part of a significant word in Freemasonry. The combination Mahhah, literally "Thatt the," is equivalent, according to the Hebrew method of ellipsis, to the question, "What.
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5/5(2). In neither this nor in any other encyclopedia or book about Freemasonry (and for Freemasons) would it be suitable for a writer to undertake Part 1 book expound a doctrine of God; the Fraternity itself has never (lone so, nor has any Grand Lodge, nor does the Ritual, because Freemasonry is clearly conscious of the fact that it is not a church or a.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FREEMASONRY the lamb lying on the book with the seven seals is a part of the jewel. * LAMBALLE, THE PRINCESS OF. Marie Thérese Louise, born at Turin,devoted companion of Marie Antoinette, who appointed her Superintendent of the Royal Household. Imprisoned with the Queen at the Revolution, she refused to take the oath.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of /5. Freemasonry includes the Bible as part of the "furniture of the lodge," but only as an equal with non-Christian symbols and writings.
Freemasonry misuses the term "light" to refer to moral "reformation" as a means to salvation. Freemasonry teaches that salvation may be attained by "good works" and not through faith in Christ alone.
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The New Catholic Encyclopedia states – “Freemasonry displays all the elements of religion, and as such it becomes a rival to the religion of the Gospel. It includes temples and altars, prayers, a moral code, worship, vestments, feast days, the promise of reward or punishment in the afterlife, a hierarchy, and initiation and burial rites.”.
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He wrote a History of Freemasonry (3 vols.) (London: Thomas C. Jack, –), which remains a standard reference work on the subject.
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An air of profound mystery surrounds the fraternal order of Free and Accepted Masons, or Freemasons. Built on three pillars of brotherly love, charity, and truth, the order ranks among the world's oldest and most renowned societies.
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