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Book - Should a Christian be a Mason? by David W. Daniels

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 Is Masonry Biblical? Who will you trust to find out?

This book has a specific purpose: It will help you to find out what Masonry believes, compared to what the Bible says.

For Christians, the Bible is our only reliable source to learn who God is, and what He wants for us, including how to get our sins forgiven and have eternal life in heaven with Him.

If we want to understand Masonry, we need to find out what is taught to its leaders and higher-degree Masons and compare that to what the Bible says.

You must be able to answer this question with confidence and understanding: "Should a Christian be a Mason?"

To do that, we need to find out these things:

  • Where did Masonry come from?
  • What do Masons believe?
  • Who can we trust for our information?
  • Who is God, according to these trusted authorities?
  • Is the God of the Bible the same as the god of masonry?

 

By the end of this book you will be able to answer these questions for yourself.

 
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