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Message Subject FreeMasons - truth
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Longtime Mason here. Also Companion of the HRA and SPRS (32*).

1. No. The basis of Masonry is using stoneworking tools "the working tools" as a means of symbolizing how we should plan our days and live our lives as we strive to make our lives worth while to our families and communities.

2. No. Evil, per se, has no place in Masonry. Although, we often say "we all hang our own plumb lines" (meaning that people's morals may not be identical).

3. God is whichever "god" you worship. You should have all the faith in the world for that god. For myself and every other Mason I know, that god is the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. All Masonic allegories revolve around stories of this God and the Bible.

4. Christ is whatever you think he is. Religion is not a part of Masonry. There is no religious instruction in Masonry. To illustrate concepts, stories and allegories related to the Bible are used but that's because at the time the allegories were made, knowledge of the Bible was almost universal among educated people. They were already familiar with the stories.

5. Not a part of Masonry.

6. Not even close.

7. That's one meaning. But it's more commonly used like saying someone went to "a better place" or "that big roller Derby in the sky" or whatever heaven can colloquially be called.

8. Not a part of Masonry.

9. That goes directly AGAINST the symbols of the compass and square. So that's definitely not right.

Hope this helped.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1746456



And what do you say about the charge of the end justifying the means?
 Quoting: K.Kool


In general, don't you think it's up to each individual whether or not a predicted "end" can justify a given "means" or method?

Maybe I don't understand your question.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1746456



Of course morality is up to each individual, we cannot force it on anyone.

Now I'm concerned you believe moral ethics to be purely relative, and not based on objective reason?
 Quoting: K.Kool


I don't think this thread is about what any one person believes. Also, why are you so concerned about what I believe when you still haven't gotten it all figured out yourself? I'd say it would be prudent to just be concerned about yourself, try to be a good person and leave it at that.
 
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