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The moral design of freemasonry

deduced from the old charges of a freemason

by Samuel Lawrence

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Published by Pub. at the "Signet and journal" office, Macoy, Sickels & co. in Atlanta, Ga, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasons

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Samuel Lawrence. To which is added The vision of Achmed; a masonic allegorical poem. By the same author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHS425 .L28
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5, vii-viii, 9-240 p.
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7009265M
    LC Control Number09017383
    OCLC/WorldCa5218263

    We all have our own moral compass but they all seem to point north. For many Masons, that moral compass comes their religion of choice (or birth). But there in lies a problem. We, at least in the American Freemasonry landscape, are led to believe that we are not supposed to . Folksonomy: A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging. Coined by Thomas Vander.

    A modern book of interest that complements many of the features covered in The Arcane Schools, is one by Don Bradley entitled Freemasonry in the Twenty-first Century. It sets out to give a sincere inquirer a more comprehensive understanding of the teachings that . The moral design of freemasonry, deduced from the old charges of a freemason: Also available in digital form. Contributor: Lawrence, Samuel Date:

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To deal fully with the moral teachings of Freemasonry would necessitate the writing of many volumes, but such is not the purpose of this book.

Herein I have endeavoured to elucidate the moral teaching underlying certain well-known and significant phrases in our ritual, hoping thereby to inspire others to attempt a similar task.

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Masonic Constitutions, and Guides James Anderson, The Constitutions of the Free-Masons () William Smith, The Book M, or Masonry Triumphant () William James Hughan, The Old Charges of British Freemasons () Samuel Lawrence, The Moral Design of Freemasonry: Deduced from the Old Charges of a Freemason () Masonic History Henry.

76 MORAL DESIGN OF FREEMASONRY. greatest, because its first great doctrine concerns the knowledge of the greatest of all beings, the one only true God, the uncreated Lord of all Life, and Master of all powers and beings and things ; and in its teachings it comprehends the whole duty of man—the Science of human life.

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Josiah. Drummond was originally published by the Grand Lodge of Maine in for the purpose of assisting the lodges inFile Size: KB. In this book we hope to set forth some of the moral lessons of Freemasonry which are taught by her to the candidates by means of allegories and symbols, but we shall not entirely ignore some of the definite moral precepts declaimed during the ceremony itself, although, as.

A moral code: Freemasons believe in honor and that a man has a responsibility to behave honorably in everything he sonry teaches its members the principles of personal decency and personal responsibility.

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Freemasonry is a subject that has attracted much discussion for centuries. Some have accused Masonry of fantastic crimes and misdeeds.

However, instead of trying to understand "the Brotherhood" and criticizing it objectively, critics have been unduly hostile to the organization.

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One of the best is The Craft and Its Symbols Mike C, Ohio.Masonic Books Herein are an assortment of Masonic book recommendations, books about Freemasonry, texts about its kindred sciences and materials about or relating to fraternity.

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