The God of Freemasonry

From Ephesians 5:11 Ministry:

Many who participate in Freemasonry are initially confused by what they see and hear. They believe that Freemasonry requires a belief in God as a condition of membership. They attempt to interpret lodge teachings, including Masonic teachings about the nature of the Masonic god, through a Christian paradigm. If a man understands the nature of God as revealed in the Scriptures and the nature of false gods as revealed in the teachings of pagan religions, he will have the basic information to know that the god of Freemasonry is not the God of the Bible. Freemasonry teaches that all pagan gods are the same Spirit as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob…

To the altar of Freemasonry all men bring their most votive offerings. Around it all men, whether they have received their teachings from Confucius, Zoroaster, Moses, Mohammad or the founder of the Christian religion–just so long as they believe in the universality of the fatherhood of God and universality of the brotherhood of man–meet upon a common level. The Jew returns to his synagogue, the Mohammedan to his mosque and the Christian to his temple–each better prepared for the solemn duties of life by the associations in this universal brotherhood.

Louisiana Monitor, p. 150, 1988

The Fatherhood of God, Brotherhood of man doctrine embodies the foundation of Masonic teaching. It holds that there is one God who is the Father of all men and is worshiped by men of any and all religions. Freemasonry teaches that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is the same spirit which the Hindus worship as Brahman, the Moslems worship as Allah, the Mormons worship as Elohim, and the Zoroastrians (Parsees) worship as Ahura Mazdah.

All Masons implicitly embrace the doctrine of the Fatherhood of God, Brotherhood of man; they put it into practice when they participate in Lodge. Freemasonry prohibits a "discussion of religion" within the Lodge. When a candidate is brought before the Lodge to be voted into membership, no one is allowed to ask if the candidate is a Hindu, Moslem, Mormon, Buddhist, or if he claims to be a Christian. By voting to admit men who may not have faith in Jesus Christ as God into membership, or by sitting in Lodge with such men, the "Christian" Mason and all other Masons put the Fatherhood of God, Brotherhood of man doctrine into practice. By sitting in Lodge, or recognizing other men as Masons, a man implicitly agrees that the other men have met the key requirements for membership. Those requirements are that they believe in the existence of "A Supreme Being" and that they believe that there is only one God. Scripture states that anyone who does not abide in the teachings of Jesus does not have God. (2 John 9) Jesus said, "No one comes to the Father but by Me. (John 14:6) Freemasonry disagrees.

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