For the institution that proclaims no man speaks for Freemasonry, the Grand Lodge of Georgia (some 40,000 members strong) took a stand and made just such a proclamation. Their pronouncement, voted upon at a Grand Lodge session, was to proclaim that neither gay men not fornicators (people who have … [Read more...] about Georgia – Sex, Lives and Fornication
On this national Holiday, we are to reflect and celebrate one of the greatest Americans in our pantheon of Founding Fathers, D. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of his many contributions to our American way of life came at one of his darkest hours which produced one of his brightest writings in his … [Read more...] about Understanding the Moral Law on MLK day.
First the roses, the Grand Lodge of Nebraska is taking their schism by the horns and taking the dialog into the inboxes of their members no matter the "legitimate arguments and sleaze". Download and read the Nebraska Mason. Addressing the continuing issue of who's Grand Master now, Past Grand … [Read more...] about Thorns and roses
Back to the drawing board on the virtues and vices of Moral Turpitude, this time woven again with the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masonry where it is being tangled in with the moral law. "...these charges are retribution for speaking out about the discrimination that I experienced..." Reported in late … [Read more...] about More of the fight of Kentucky Masonic homophobia
“Morality cannot be legislated but behavior can be regulated. Judicial decrees may not change the heart, but they can restrain the heartless.” Martin Luther King, Jr This week I’ve started and stopped writing 3 different pieces on the "Georgia Affair" because of a range of conflicting … [Read more...] about Change in the face of the Moral Law.
Now Cain said to his brother Abel, "Let's go out to the field." And while they were in the field, Cain attacked his brother Abel and killed him. Then the LORD said to Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?" "I don't know," he replied. "Am I my brother's keeper?" The LORD said, "What have you … [Read more...] about My Brother’s Keeper – Open Racism in Georgia Freemasonry