e-Book A Pilgrim's Path: One Man's Road to the Masonic Temple download

e-Book A Pilgrim's Path: One Man's Road to the Masonic Temple download

by John J. Robinson

ISBN: 0871317222
ISBN13: 978-0871317223
Language: English
Publisher: M Evans & Co (May 1, 1993)
Pages: 178
Category: Other Religions Practices and Sacred Texts
Subategory: Religion

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This book explains why prior to his death, Mr. Robinson became Brother Robinson to millions of Freemasons - and .

John J. Robinson suffered an ultimately fatal heart attack in 1996 (a fact which should confound those who've tried to allude that Masonic deviltry wipes out its opponents) but by the time this happened, he was firmly committed to the fraternity and was a major proponent of the formation of the Masonic Information Center

John J. Robinson was a business executive and ex-marine as well as the author of several books including the provocative medieval history Born in Blood: The . A Pilgrim's Path: One Man's Road to the Masonic Temple. Robinson was a business executive and ex-marine as well as the author of several books including the provocative medieval history Born in Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry.

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if you're interested in American Masonry and its impact on our country, this book is for yo. € Brent Morris, The Scottish Rite Journal.

if you're interested in American Masonry and its impact on our country, this book is for yo.

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Descarga A Pilgrim's Path: Freemasonry and the Religious Right para leerlo sin conexión, destacar texto, agregar marcadores o tomar notas. The Secret Power of Masonic Symbols: The Influence of Ancient Symbols on the Pivotal Moments in History and an Encyclopedia of All the Ke. Robert Lomas. Despite this ongoing record of inspiration, no illustrated guide book to the basic ideas of Masonic Symbology has even been published and the story remains mysterious†until now.

My first book on Masonic ritual, a little volume called Duncarl s Ritual, was purchased at my local supermarket. As we renewed acquaintance, he introduced me to his boss, H. Ray Evans, the secretary of the Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati (and later Grand Master of the Masons of Ohio).

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It's a masterpiece...if you're interested in American Masonry and its impact on our country, this book is for you.â?”Brent Morris, The Scottish Rite Journal
This book is a great if disturbing read, as relevant today as it was when it was published.

As a Christian, I am saddened by the fact that a small but very vocal subset of those who share my faith is so eager to find and combat "bogeymen" that they demonize such groups as the Freemasons. Some feel the same way about Roman Catholics. Those who engage in this are largely divorced from reality. Nonetheless, they find plenty of "confirmation" in an on- and offline echo chamber of like minded people who embellish and repeat the same accusations over and over. I've found you can't argue with such people; they are convinced they possess knowledge about their bogeymen that less fanatical souls don't, when, of course, the exact opposite is true.

Anyone wishing to take a peek behind the scenes of rabid Mason-haters will learn a lot from the first section of this book. Those who want to understand more about Masons and how they might deal with the issue will enjoy the second section. Though I am not a Mason myself, I have several friends and relatives who are, and who have benefited immensely from the organization and its charities. While Masonry is currently declining, I'm not worried that it will survive. I'm more concerned about how its detractors, especially some sincere Christians, poison not the Masons but themselves with their hatred and their kooky accusations. While this book may not convince them, it may help some thoughtful people to avoid joining them. If it does, it has done a great service.

An excellent book concerning the perceived schism between Freemasonry and the religious right in the United States. Although dated by a few decades the information is still relevant for Masons today. I doubt many in the religious right would make it through the book as it is ostensibly a defense of the principles of Masonry against the later, however Robinson's arguments are tough to combat. I wouldn't encourage Masons to seek out a fight to defend their membership in the fraternity, however should one arise this book offers a great defense. The book tackles many of the of the arguments often presented by opponents of Freemasonry and explains their origins, which ultimately exposes their error. Masonry isn't for everyone and this book doesn't deny that, but if it is for you its nice to have a leg to stand on when people present erroneous arguments against us.

John J. Robinson's book "A Pilgrim's Path" is divided into two parts and is a great read on the unfounded arguments of anti-masons on the fringe right in America. From an historical perspective Robinson has clarified the rift between the Roman Catholic Church and Freemasonry and the abuses of the church, forcing Freemasons of the Middle Ages into secrecy or risk death. Moving forward the book takes on contemporary religious fundamentalists such as Pat Robertson and his bigoted view of Freemasonry; enlightening to say the least.

The second part of the book offers suggestions for the continuity of the craft and details the charitable works of Freemasonry. Robinson offers several recommendations for new membership and in getting existing members to return to meetings. His explanation of the charity shown by Freemasons to Masonic families and non-Masons alike demonstrates the truly charitable nature of the fraternity.

This book has caused me to delve deeper into the history of Freemasonry and I've just purchased Robinson's other two books.

If you have any negative feelings about Masons based on what you have heard from the clergy, this will clarify the unjust accusations. Written by a non-mason it is a great read. This book is based on thorough research by the author, and debunks statements made by people like Pat Robertson who specialized in mis-statements of facts and outright lies on TV and in his book to sensationalize his ministry.

I am currently joining Freemasonry and will have taken my first degree on December 6th 2011. I bought this book simply based on others high reviews and a desire to learn more. If you are curious about Freemasonry and want to know more, this is an excellent book.

While not a "tell all" or an encyclopedia of all things Masonry (for that I'd highly recommend Freemasonry for Dummies, another wonderful book) this is basically an excellent introduction to the Craft and a perfect book for anyone interested in joining or even for the spouse or significant other of a Mason or Mason-to-be. You needn't worry about learning too much or being bogged down with every detail with this book and it's perfect for anyone looking to join or related to someone who is (or wants to become) a member of the Craft.

If you are interested in learning some of history of Freemasonry, what it is, and how it's affected America, look no further. As mentioned, if you want to know the whole "nuts and bolts" of Freemasonry and are looking for an encyclopedia of the subject, be sure to also read Freemasonry for Dummies.

It should be noted that at the time of writing this book, Mr. Robinson was NOT a Mason. I found this to be preferable. He's simply someone who researched and wrote about his un-biased findings while helping to clear up various myths, half truths and outright lies regarding Freemasonry.

I would definitely recommend it and I'm currently getting ready to read his other book on the subject, "Born in Blood".

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