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Innerfire89

Free mason Christians?

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Innerfire89

I found out there's quite a few Christians in free masonry, some are even pastors and people of high standing in the church.

That is a scary thought.

There isn't really a good reason or excuse for it, the criteria to even be interviewed for membeship is:

1. Be a law abiding citizen.

2. Have belief in a supreme being.

3. You have to join at your own free will.

 

#2 is a big problem, the masons equate all gods and religion, it could Allah or a pagan god or Lucifer! Christ is the only way, so how can a Christian fellowship with these people?

 

It gets worse.

Masons believe salvation comes through learning the meaning of symbols and rituals.

One ritual is The Death and Resurrection of Hiram Abiff, it's a ritual mocking the death and resurrection of Christ.

 

On the website to join free masonry it makes thier purpose clear, to unite men of all religions.

 

Masonry is not compatible with Christianity.

Some masons might be true born again believers who just don't understand what they got themselves into, or are wolves infiltrating the church.

 

Stay strong in Christ and be blessed eveverone.

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CDF47

It is very concerning to me. Even Skull and Bones members can become Christians. Masons at the top degrees worship Lucifer as stated in Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma book. It's a disturbing thought. I think you are right, some do not know what they got in to and others are wolves in sheep's clothes.

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JoeyH

I didn't notice this entry before obviously. What you say is exactly why I wonder how can self-proclaimed Christians be Freemasons at the same time. Church attendees - sure, born again believers NO.

 

Perhaps this kind of serious topic needs to be covered in evening services and adult bible studies. I expect large churches occasionally preach on false religions, Freemasonry definitely should be included to protect the sheep and expose the wolves.

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Innerfire89
I didn't notice this entry before obviously. What you say is exactly why I wonder how can self-proclaimed Christians be Freemasons at the same time. Church attendees - sure, born again believers NO.

 

Perhaps this kind of serious topic needs to be covered in evening services and adult bible studies. I expect large churches occasionally preach on false religions, Freemasonry definitely should be included to protect the sheep and expose the wolves.

 

It's deffinitly topic worth informing the congregation with, especially in today's times, false teachings are everywhere.

In a church I went to a time ago they would talk about other religions in thier Sunday school classes sometimes, they would talk about where those religions came from and how they were wrong, I think that's great idea, especially for our young ones.

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CDF47

I think it is a great idea for this to be discussed at church. I think it is important for that to occur. Discussions of other secret societes should be covered as well.

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