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Updated on July 6, 2010

Proverbs 26:28

I was performing some research on Hiram and came across the website: Eph Where I am aware that this site is quite strongly anti-Masonic in nature, I also noticed that there is a strongly inferred inaccuracy within. There it states that "...the most important element of Masonic symbolism deals with the death, burial and resurrection of Hiram Abiff..." is incorrect. Nowhere in any of the Masonic rituals, that I have studied through, does any of them mention the "resurrection" of Hiram Abiff. Yes it does say that his body is dug up and reburied closer to Solomons Temple, but nothing about him defeating death itself.

I have spoken with many Freemasons, from various countries across the globe (Americas, Europe, Australasia), and none of them have ever heard of any alleged resurrection of Hiram's father in any of their degrees.

Ephesians 4:2

"with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love" Perhaps I am wrong, but I believe that the author of this page is suffering from what many people (regardless of religion) do. They hold onto the battle cry: "if you are not with me, then you must be against me".

I wonder if the author is aware that Switzerland is a neutral country? Neutral in that the Swiss do not side with any other country; therefore having no enemies and being friend to all. But if we look at neutrality under the "not with therefore against me" attitude, then we would have to view Switzerland as not friend to any country, but enemy to all.

In reapplication of the neutrality theory, it should be known that the Freemasons are also neutral; not siding with any one religion and extending friendship to all. In contrast, if applying the "not with therefore against me" attitude (as seemingly chosen by the author) we would see them as not a friend to any religion, but enemy to all.

Personally, I think God's teachings in Eph.4:2 is a better choice and I view them as neutral. Taking the acceptance of neutrality also ensures that I live up to His commandments as stated in Romans 12:10 "Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honour one another above yourselves."


Ephesians 5:12

Let it be known that I am a frequent reader of our Lord's works and Word, but I need to ensure that I do not take His Word out of intended context; and that I do not inadvertently cast myself towards Satan in doing so.

Ephesians 5:11 certainly advises that we should "have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them" stopping at this point would be one of those instances where I could easily mistake His commandments and write a page such as done by the afore mentioned author. Having the sense and wisdom to read on, I note that Ephesians 5:12 states: "for it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret."

When taking the two verses together, we see context in that, writing a webpage that falsely implies the resurrection of a man that is not resurrected and then endeavouring to mention what the disobedient do in secret is a direct disobedience to God's Word. Being that Ephesians 5:12 has been so blatently ignored, I would presume that the teachings of I Corinthians 5:9 (for us to not associate with immoral people) has also been ignored; and in developing such a webpage the author is allowing himself/herself to associate with immoral people.



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    ChristianMason 5 years ago

    Ahh, the infamous site.

    I hope no one makes the mistake I made of actually trying to engage in thoughtful, rational, honest discussion on that site. They represent the epitome of anti-Masons, and they are very proud of it. If you are a Freemason, be forewarned that you will not be treated well.

    I presented my views as a Christian Mason, and I was summarily chastised, criticized, and abused by the moderators and members. I was told that simply because I am a Mason, I am going to Hell, that I worship demon spirits, that I am not saved, and I am certainly not a Christian. As I have posted elsewhere, any Mason who dares discuss on that site is in for a real abusive treat.

    Any Christian Freemason who has paid attention to the degree work, and who ventures over to E5-11 will plainly see their bias and hatred.