Unlike many books on the subject of freemasonry, this is a very candid and nonsensational look at the lodge. Citing Masonic sources, Whalen examines the history of Freemasonry and its rituals and then goes on to explain why it is not consistent with either Catholic or Protestant Christianity. 215 pages from Ignatius.
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Review 1 for Christianity and American Freemasonry
Date:October 3, 2008
I found this book to be very easy to read. I think it is very well written and it never really seems to bash anyone, giving in stead, in my opinion, just the facts. The book list the views of several different Christian denominations. I found that very helpful. I recommend this book to any professing Christian who is entertaining the thought of joining the Mason, or just don't join.
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Review 2 for Christianity and American Freemasonry
Date:May 11, 2008
very informative need more enlightenment to explain to my church brothers I was once a member of the craft.