Nice things people have said about our work.
[Masonic Traveler]…is a great little book. A non-Mason friend saw it on my table and asked to borrow it. He brought it back two days later, asked some questions, and told me he was going to petition the lodge in his home town. I enjoyed all the essays in the book, but especially XVII, on the E.A. Tracingboard. I am a bit more optimistic (or perhaps a bit more in denial) than Bro. Stewart when it comes to the future of the fraternity, but no one can deny his essays are thought-provoking and powerful.
Br. Jim Tresner
in the Scottish Rite Journal Nov/Dec 2010
Not only is [“What is Freemasonry?” ebook] as good an explanation of The Craft as I have ever read, it also demonstrates Masonry Universal. It is as applicable a description of Freemasonry in Australia as it is in the US and UK. Well done.
V. Wor. Bro. Harry Zaphir
Hon. Sec, Dennistoun Lodge No 301
Asst. Grand Superintendent of Workings, District 2
I would like to promote [“What is Freemasonry?” ebook] on my Masonic FaceBook page so people can download it and benefit from it, I think is a great resourceful tool.
Bro. Mike Jiménez
Evergreen Park Lodge #1171
Excellent, Excellent job.
Bro. Gord Echlin
St. John’s Lodge No. 63, Ontario, Canada
What an AWESOME book. I know this comes directly from your heart. You my Brother are exactly the kind of Brother we should point to when we are asked “What is a Mason?” Thank you, thank you and thank you again. With your permission I will share [“What is Freemasonry?” ebook] with Brethren, everyone I meet that is interested in our Craft and some that are not.
Moreno Valley Masonic Lodge # 804
Moreno Valley, CA
This brilliant book is the perfect springboard into further research of the Craft. Answering questions such as ‘Why does Freemasonry not admit women?’ and ‘What is the Lodge experience like?’ it is a must read for everyone. I for one would like to join the chorus of fans and say well done B:. Greg Stewart
MAE President & Founder
[“What is Freemasonry?” ebook is] an excellent and easy to read ebook on the basic questions of Freemasonry. Brother Greg Stewart has produced an excellent resource for those who are new to the craft.