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Masonic Documents created for public consumption.

Masonic materials produced for public consumption are propaganda tools which are part of a deceptive Masonic public relations program. They include a number of brochures which encourage interested parties to consider becoming Freemasons.  You can likely obtain copies of such brochures free by writing the Grand Lodge of your state.  Simply state that you have been considering Freemasonry and would like to know more about it.  If you are a woman, sign the letter with your initials and last name, rather than your first and last name.

Don't expect to find an explanation of what occurs in Masonic ritual, Masonic teachings on the nature of God, or information about the Masonic plan of salvation in these brochures.  Even so, the discerning Christian who carefully examines Masonic materials produced for consumption of the public will often find evidences of heresy. For example, the requirement for faith in the existence of "A Supreme Being" is widely stated as a condition of membership.  Masonic brochures declare that Freemasonry is not a religion and often explain that members of many different religions are Freemasons.   The fact that men of all religions may satisfy its membership requirements reveals that Freemasonry considers the gods of all nations to be valid examples of "A Supreme Being." (Consider 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1, Psalms 96:5 and 1 Corinthians 10:19-21)

Freemasonry conducts a very extensive public relations program which includes the Shrine Hospitals. Freemasons often attempt to defend the character of Freemasonry by citing the work done in those hospitals. Are those claims a smoke screen? Certainly, many good works are done, but are they compatible with Christianity? If those good works are done and the glory given to Jesus Christ, they well might be compatible. However, the glory for the services rendered by the Shrine Hospitals goes to Freemasonry and those good works are done under the emblems of Islam - the crescent moon, star and scimitar, rather than Christianity!  Islam denies the Deity of Jesus Christ. It is not hard to see through Masonic charity. Masonic public relations programs are necessary to create a favorable impression on potential new members and to attempt to counteract the efforts of those who claim that Freemasonry is incompatible with Christianity.

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