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Christ the Christian and Freemasonry

W. J. McCornick

Christ the Christian and Freemasonry

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Published by Global Pub .
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    ISBN 100937931713
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    Freemasonry can certainly not take the place of the church. It must, in fact, support the church. Perhaps we can see, however, that there is, to some extent, at least, a connection, a kinship, between the more mystical teachings of Jesus and our beloved fraternal order of Freemasonry, even if it be an attenuated vessel of the higher knowledge.   Jim was a 33rd degree Mason before he accepted Christ. He exposes all of the rituals from the beginning degrees until the final degrees. He also does a great job of comparing the dangerous doctrines of Freemasonry to the true Christian doctrine at the end of the book. My Conclusion.


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Christ, the Christian & Freemasonry Paperback – January 1, by W. McK McCormick (Author)Author: W. McK McCormick. Christ, the Christian and Freemasonry [William James McKendrick McCormick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : William James McKendrick McCormick.

For the Christian, Masonry utilizes Christ the Christian and Freemasonry book Bible as one of its symbols as it uses the Koran, the Vedas, the Gita, or any other “holy” book.

When the Christian candidate sees the Bible on the Masonic altar and hears the Bible referenced to in the rituals, he assumes that Freemasonry is indeed Christian as he has, most likely, been told.

Charles G. Finney, the greatest of the 19th Century evangelists, left Freemasonry when he acknowledged Christ as Savior and Lord of his life. He wrote a book on the subject of Freemasonry.

It has been reissued by Crown Publication, Burlington, Ontario, Canada under the title, The Antichrist of the Masonic Society. The bishop of Fréjus-Toulon and author of the book ‘Can We Be a Christian and Freemason?’ discusses Christianity and Freemasonry, two ontologically incompatible notions.

Freemasonry and the Christian Because of your support, the vote of the Southern Baptist Convention is a historic Christ the Christian and Freemasonry book positive turning point for Freemasonry.

Basically, it is a vitalization of our Fraternity by America's largest Protestant denomination after nearly a. Freemasons do not pretend that Freemasonry, as revealed in these books, is compatible with Christianity. I have not yet known the first Freemason who would affirm that an intelligent adherence to Freemasonry, as revealed in these books, is consistent with a profession of the Christian religion.

Jesus Christ Conquers. For further connections between Christ and Freemasonry, see The Great Seal. Notes: 1) Albert Pike, The Book of the Words, mod. Kessinger Publishing Company, Montana, ISBNp JOHN WELDON (Ph.D., Pacific College of Graduate Studies;Luther Rice Seminary) was co-author of many books including The Secret Teachings of the Masonic Lodge, Myth Of Safe Sex: The Tragic Consequences of Violating God's Plan, Playing with Fire, Psychic Healing, and One World: Bible Prophecy and the New World Order.3/5(5).

These Masonic teachings are why Masonic author Carl Claudy states that “true Freemasonry gives to a man a well-spent life, and assurance of a glorious immortality.” 14 They also account for why Grand Lodges state in their funeral services that brother Masons are in the Celestial Lodge.

15 As long as Freemasonry continues such teachings, it. The Dark side of Freemasonry by Ed Decker - Huntingdon House Publishers: Christ, The Christian and Freemasonry - ick - Diasozo Trust: The Brotherhood by Stephen Knight - Grafton Books: The Craft and the Cross - Ian Gordan - Kingsway Publications: Masonry.

Beyond the Light by William Schnoebelen - Chick Publications. Freemasonry The teaching that followers of non-Christian religions will also go to heaven is prominent in Freemasonry. This belief is known as inclusivism. Inclusivism denies that faith in Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation.

Freemasonry holds out the promise of salvation to all worthy Masons, regardless of the deity they Size: 65KB.

What we are saying is this - Freemasonry at its core is not a Christian organization. There are many Christians who have left Freemasonry after discovering what it is truly all about. Please visit Ex-Masons for Jesus for more information. This universal god of Freemasonry is believed by many within the Lodge to be the God of the Bible, but this god is not the triune God of the Christian faith.

Freemasonry purposefully diminishes the co-equal and co-eternal status of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. That is, the second and third Persons. Thus, I find it hard for a Mason to be a Christian, especially since the following statements are true concerning Masonry: It does not pertain to life and godliness (2 Pet.

It causes one to not have God (2 John 9). It is not authorized by Christ (Col. It cannot be done by faith (2 Cor. ; Rom. Christians object to how Freemasonry presents salvation.

It is sold as a gradual process of spiritual enlightenment. It is portrayed as being attained by ascending through the Masonic degree system. According to Freemasonry, salvation is found within the confines of the Lodge, not in Jesus Christ. The War of Anti-Christ with the Church and Christian Civilization is a book written in by an Irishman, Msgr George F.

Dillon, DD. It was republished in a slightly edited form by Fr Denis Fahey in as Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked as the Secret Power Behind : George F. Dillon. Much has been written on this subject in published books and on the internet.

Freemasons who have a Christian background are convinced that ‘there is nothing within Freemasonry harmful to their beliefs’.

However most mainline Christian denominations have either expressed reservations about the File Size: KB. Freemasonry is a false religion, teaching that men can approach God not through the finished work of Jesus Christ but through their own abilities. Discover how you can share the light of Christ with those living in the darkness of Freemasonry and how they can be set free from its deception.

Freemasonry Invisible Cult () by Jack Harris/5(7). Freemasonry is a brotherhood of men under the fatherhood of God.

Therefore, freemasonry respects all religions and religious beliefs. Christianity is geared towards the salvation of men. If we follow the tenets of Freemasonry and Christianity, We can be both good Christians and worthy Freemasons.

Buy Christ, the Christian and Freemasonry 3rd Edition by McCormick, W.J. McK (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : W.J.

McK McCormick. There is a very curious story about Jesus as a young boy in the apocryphal book known as the First Gospel of the Infancy of Christ. Joseph took Jesus to the school master Zaccheus to learn His Hebrew letters.

As the teacher began to instruct Jesus to name the Hebrew characters. Charles Finney, the famed evangelist whom God used to bring a revival in America in the 's, in his book, FREEMASONRY wrote (Pg), "Surely, if masons really understood what Masonry is, as it is delineated in these books, no Christian Mason would think himself to remain at liberty to remain another day a member of the fraternity.

Into the fabric of Freemasonry he wove his own peculiar brand of occultism, claiming it to be "revelation" from on high. Brigham Young, the other significant early Mormon leader, was also a Mason and contributed to the rise of this occult hierarchy (W.J.

McCormick, Christ, the Christian, and Freemasonry, Belfast: Great Joy Publications, ; p. The Freemasonry Threat Faint echoes remind evangelicals of a nearly forgotten foe. The church argued the symbols conflict with Christian Author: Ted Olsen.

Rather than Jesus being % God and % Man at the same time, as the Bible teaches, Freemasonry teaches that Jesus was a human being only; at the time of the baptism in the River Jordan, the Christ Consciousness descended upon Jesus, making Him the Messiah, and then left Him at the cross.

The War of Anti-Christ with the Church and Christian Civilization is a book written in by an Irishman, George F. Dillon, DD. It was republished by Fr. Denis Fahey in as Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked as the Secret Power Behind Communism.

Do you think masonry is a Christian organization or just void of being a religion. exposing the lie that freemasonry is Christian Patrick Baptist. God Bless in Lord Jesus Christ. “A Christian Mason is not permitted to introduce his own peculiar opinions with regard to Christ’s mediatorial office into the lodge” (ref.

3, p. The late Christian author Mr. McCormick offers his thoughts to this stern rebuke to the “Christian” freemason: “Freemasonry is a. NOTES. 1 In the text and endnotes, the term Study refers to the page analysis, A Study of Freemasonry (Atlanta, GA: Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, ), available from the Home Mission Board, SBC, Spring Street, N.W., Atlanta, GA ().

The term Report refers to the six-page A Report on Freemasonry, published by the Home. Freemasonry: The Secrets Are Not Taught In The Lodge "The task of the masonic lodges is that of working today, with great astuteness, to bring humanity everywhere to disdain the holy Law of God, to work in open opposition to the Ten Commandments, and to take away the worship due to God alone in order to offer it to certain false idols: reason, flesh, money, discord, domination, violence.

Honest Answers to Important Questions. As former Masons who have embraced the truth found in Jesus Christ, we are in a unique we have repented of our involvement in Freemasonry and have confessed our involvement in Freemasonry as sin, we have been cleansed from unrighteousness and restored to fellowship with God through our relationship with His Son, Jesus Christ.

Any attempt to say that the God of the Bible is the same as (or even functionally equivalent to for some people) the pagan gods, Allah, or any other is blasphemy, pure and simple, from a Christian perspective.

Freemasonry has a plan of salvation, which is not based on Christ at all. There is some concern about the oaths made in Freemasonry. Manly Palmer Hall, a noted occultist and author on Masonic topics, wrote a book called Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins in (long before he ever became a Mason) and the Rosicrucian author Max Heindel wrote a book in the s, both of which portray Catholicism and Freemasonry as being two distinct streams in the development of Christianity.

And yet the Masons say that being a Mason in no way interferes with one's practice of one's religion. Oh yes it does. A Christian cannot please Christ and embrace those who reject him as spiritual equals.

Salvation is in no other name than Jesus the Christ (Acts ; 1 Cor. ; Acts ; John ). Masons are taught that "Location: Kenneth E. Thomas Bradenton, Florida. Reference, book: The Deadly Deception", page Freemasonry is one of many apostate religions dedicated to the destruction of traditional Judaism and Christianity.

Those who aspire to grow in their closeness to Jesus Christ, and to increase their discernment in these days, would do well to stay very clear of Freemasonry. Are your loyalties File Size: KB. Many who participate in Freemasonry are initially confused by what they see and hear.

They believe that Freemasonry requires a belief in God as a condition of membership. They attempt to interpret lodge teachings, including Masonic teachings about the nature of the Masonic god, through a Christian paradigm.

Christian Faith teaches that, in Jesus Christ, God has dwelt among men to save them (John 3, 16). Owing to these profound points of divergence between Freemasonry and the very principles of the Christian Faith, we can state clearly that the fact of adhering to it calls into question the foundations of Christian existence.

The Luciferian doctrine of Freemasonry and how so many brothers and sisters of Christ are being led astray by this organization. Why should a Christian. That is a question that is often asked about Freemasonry.

While some argue vehemently for or against this notion, I have often expressed my view on this question in this blog, that it really doesn’t matter, since the result is the same; if Freemasonry is unacceptable to God then a Christian should not be involved with it, whether it is deemed to be a religion or not.

Further, they require every member to take oaths that no Christian in good conscience should ever take (such as admitting that they are in spiritual darkness and have come to the Masonic Lodge for light).” [Ron Rhodes, The Big Book of Bible Answers, p.

). For more, see the resources below.Naturalism is incompatible with the doctrine of original sin and the belief that the Christ event was necessary for human salvation: indeed, whilst Freemasonry commends its adherents for trusting.INTRODUCTION The question of the Christian stand regarding Freemasonry seems to confront many believers lately.

The fact is that the esoteric doctrines of Freemasonry separate it from the Christian theology just as unequivocally as do those of Mormonism.

This holds true for every branch of Masonry, from the Shriners to the Blue Lodge, the Eastern.