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Question: "What is Free Masonry and what do Free Masons believe?" Answer: Freemasonry, Eastern Star, and other similar "secret" organizations appear to be harmless fellowship gatherings. Many of them appear to promote belief in God. However, upon closer examination, we find that the only belief requirement is not that one must believe in the ...

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The three degrees are offered by Craft (or Blue Lodge) Freemasonry. Members of these organisations are known as Freemasons or Masons. There are additional degrees, which vary with locality and jurisdiction, and are usually administered by their own bodies (separate from those who administer the craft degrees).

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Do Masons believe in the God of the Bible? Freemasonry requires each Mason to believe that there is only one God and teaches that all men worship that one God, simply using a variety of different names. In the case of the Wiccan, he satisfies the requirement for belief in A Supreme Being by believing in the Horned god of Witchcraft.

www.cbsnews.com/news/9-things-you-didnt-know-about-freemasonry

(CBS News) "Sunday Morning" looks at the rumors, fears and conspiracy theories sparked by the Freemasons' fraternal order, its secrets and rituals. 1. When meeting, Masons do not discuss religion ...

www.compellingtruth.org/Freemasonry-Free-Masons.html

What do Free Masons believe? What is Freemasonry? Freemasonry, Eastern Star, and other similar fraternal organizations typically present themselves as helpful organizations to local communities. Further, faith in God seems to be encouraged.

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Masons are taught to believe in: Brotherly love: Love for each other and for all mankind; ... Masons do not perform such services to mankind to receive gratitude or recognition. Individual Freemasons are encouraged to participate in all forms of charity and benevolence for society, not just the ones that get on the evening news or in the ...

www.masonicinfo.com/whatbelieve.htm

So what does FREEMASONRY believe? Freemasonry is an organization and is an inanimate object. Accordingly, it doesn't 'believe' anything. Freemasons have introduced their beliefs into the organization, certainly, but because Freemasonry is not a single, monolithic organization, the 'beliefs' of one Grand Lodge are not de facto the same as in ...

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Freemasons must believe in the existence of a Supreme Being before being allowed to join the Lodge. Masonic Lodges do not attempt to impart any beliefs to people, but only to strengthen the ones ...

www.masonic-lodges.com/masons.html

Who are Masons, and what do they do? Masons are men who have joined a fraternity, and who refer to themselves as Freemasons. The main principles of Freemasonry insist that each member show tolerance, respect and kindness in his actions toward

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What is Freemasonry and what do Freemasons believe? Are Free Masons Christian, a Secret Society cult, or something else? In this video, Pastor nelson with Bible Munch compares what Christians ...