ABOUT FREEMASONRY AND RELIGION
Books are included here that are deals with the subject of religion with
Freemasonry. A very contreversial subject.
Characters in Freemasonry by John H. Van Gorden
Fundamentalism and Freemasonry by Gary Leazer, M.
Evans and Co., New York, 1995.
Is it True What They
Say About Freemasonry by Morris, S. Brent Morris and Art deHoyos.
Boy Who Cried Wolf: The Book That Breaks Masonic Silence by Richard Thron, M. Evans and Co., New York, 1994/ Hardcover
As the religious right spreads its influence throughout the U.S., it is
inevitable that some of its more provocative speakers should tread on the toes
of other groups, both religious and nonreligious. In Thorn's case, the
fundamentalists have met their match. Thorn attacks the critics of Masonry,
showing where they err in their assumptions and providing some good insights
into the nature of the Masons' "secret" society. He also draws on his own
fundamentalist background to explain the theology behind the fundamentalist
statements. Thorn acknowledges that he may not change anyone's mind, but he
feels that Masonry stands at a crucial point and that its future may depend on
how it meets the fundamentalist attack. This book is recommended for those
interested in the influence and place of religion in the world.
The Clergy and the Craft,
Forrest D. Haggard, 1970
of a Masonic leader who is a P. M. and minister.
Dead Sea Scrolls Deception by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh (Contributor) /
Through a careful study of the scrolls, historical analysis,and interviews with
scholars, the authors establish a view of Christianity that challenges the
Church's adamantly defended "facts."
Hiram Key by Christopher Knight, Robert Lomas (Contributor) / Hardcover
Using analyses of ancient Egyptian records, the Old and New Testaments, early
Christian and Rabbinical texts, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the rituals of
Freemasonry, Knight and Lomas have assembled a startling and controversial book
which shows the original Jerusalem Church to be a political device for
establishing control, and the Bible to be far from literal truth.
Religion of Masonry by J.F. Newton
Second Messiah by Christopher Knight, Robert Lomas / Paperback
One hundred years ago, an amateur was allowed to photograph the Shroud of Turin.
The negatives he produced of that famous image captivated the Christian world
and strengthened their belief that it carried the imprint of Christ's face and
body. In The Second Messiah, authors Knight and Lomas, who are Freemasons, build
a meticulous case against this theory.
by Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas
A third book by the authors of Hiram's Key. This book looks at the
pre-history of Europe and the Bible and comes with a theory of both
unproved pre-history and pre-Masonic history. It is pure theory and will
be enjoyable for those who like to think of pre-history and the
possibilities of the Fraternity's history.
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