Can a Christian be a Freemason?

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Being in dark then seeing the light..... Christian precept indeed!

Sound like a baptism.

Like being reborn.

Don't you agree?

I'm free mason. You should read all my threads on this topic. That way I wont need to repeat my arguments.
 
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Adstar

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1 Peter 5:KJV
8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

Sounds like a Lion.

Like the Lion of the tribe of Judah,, Jesus..

So the devil is Jesus?

Do you agree? ..... Not me...

Just because that evil cult of masonry uses similar religious sounding concepts does not make it the real deal.. or of God.. Just as the devil masquerading as a lion is not the same Lion as the Lion of the tribe of Judah.. The "baptism of masonry is a baptism into death..
 

Laish

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Well after looking at so much conflicting information about freemasonry . I can not say if they are a cult or another organization that has been given a bad reputation due to its secretive nature. So I can't say in good conscious they are evil . What I can say is. It is not profitable for a Christian to be a Freemason . Good or evil how dose it help our Christian faith or our service to our Lord, and our duty to family . If it takes time from either of these two it is not for a Christian . Also if you have time for it then you are probably shortchanging one of the two in my opinion. Think about it what more can we do for our Lord or for our families? These two areas can always use more of our time !
Blessings
Bill
 
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2edgswd

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19. ALL PRAYERS AT LODGE FUNCTIONS ARE NON-SECTARIAN: Freemasonry is worldwide and holds no sectarian views. Non-sectarian means not sectioned into one, specific religion. Freemasonry embraces all religions.
A Mason may choose the religion of his choice in his private life but should be aware and open to the fact that others among the brethren do not necessarily share nor were they brought up with the religious dogmas and beliefs that you, personally, embrace.

Why?
Prayers at lodge functions should be scrupulously in keeping with Masonic teachings. The Masonic Etiquette of offered prayers is that they should never be an expression of specific sectarian views or dogmatic creeds.
It is a matter of courtesy that all prayers, speeches and discussions at Masonic affairs avoid sectarian, controversial or political tones.
Prayers are best directed to the Creator, the Master Architect of the Universe and not toward specific religious teachings such as Jesus Christ, Mother Mary, Muhammad, Jehovah, Allah etc.
To do so omits the religions of others within the brethren, which can cause conflict and therefore not be harmonious to the whole.
In the spirit of non-sectarianism, we must remember that since the day that our Creator found that Man created the Tower of Babel to glorify themselves; it is HE who changed man's language into the many diverse languages now spoken on Earth.
In so doing, our Creator has many names across the world.


Read more: MASONIC ETIQUETTE - Correct Lodge Behavior.

When you have to include all religions--sooner or later, you must exclude Jesus and God.