In this episode of Masonic Symbols and Symbolism, we explore the symbolism behind the Volume of Sacred Law as used in Freemasonry. Few elements are as contentious as this "indispensable book" in the lodge. Perhaps because of the diversity of faiths who claim ownership of the “one true religion…” … [Read more...] about Volume of the Sacred Law
Is Freemasonry a Religion? Yes, Freemasonry Is Religion, And It’s Incompatible With Some Christian Beliefs. Here’s Why. http://youtu.be/75gCDrOhWfg I’ve been a Freemason for only about four years, but I’ve already done a lot of changing in my views. One view I used to have, which I think most … [Read more...] about The Age Old Question: Is Freemasonry A Religion?
When the gathering of the family, that is a joy, but goes on and on during the holiday season, and exhaustion sets in for all the partying, it is nice to get away and curl up in a cozy corner all by one’s self to relax. At such times a good book will be just the elixir that one needs. In just … [Read more...] about These Were Brethren – Carl Claudy Yarns
Two interesting "non-Masonic" takes on the Masonic bible. I have to admit its amusing to me the degree that these are extolled as "satanic" or "evil" which I suppose just goes to show how little is known or understood about the fraternity today from these obviously very old Bibles. Enjoy I … [Read more...] about The Masonic Bible
The LORD said to me, “Take a large scroll and write on it with an ordinary pen: Maher-Shalal-Hash-Baz. And I will call in Uriah the priest and Zechariah son of Jeberekiah as reliable witnesses for me. Then I went to the prophetess, and she conceived and gave birth to a son. And the LORD said to me, … [Read more...] about Faith
Disclaimer: this article is intended to provide information and perspective on a current event. This article is not meant to be a persuasive piece supporting any particular position, it is only meant to stimulate the contemplation of the subject discussed within. Last week, the Episcopal Church in … [Read more...] about Episcopalians Challenge the Inerrancy of the Bible