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Freemasonry by Peggy Elliott

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Author: Peggy Elliott
Subtitle: Why No Man Can Serve Two Masters
Format: Paperback
Length: 158 Pages
Published: 2009

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George Washington was one. So were Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere and Richard Allen, Founder/first Bishop of the A.M.E. Church, as well as Roots author, Alex Haley. The Freemasons say they are simply a fraternity that desires to make good men better. They would say that they are not a secret society, but an organization with secrets and private practices. It is interesting that though they call themselves a brotherhood, most white and African American Masons Lodges meet separately. The Masonic Lodge is the parent organization for the Order of Eastern Star.

Though good men and women are members of these secret organizations, this does not make the organization good or godly. “We are not wrestling against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers.” Ephesians 6:12. It is the spirit of Freemasonry that makes these organizations incompatible with the Word of God and therefore organizations Christians should not join.

Dr. Peggy Elliott has spent almost two decades researching the truth about Freemasonry. She hopes that you will find the information contained in this book liberating. From a biblical perspective you will discover why no man can serve two masters.

Table of Contents:


Discerning Truth

What is Freemasonry?

Formal Religions and Freemasonry

The History of Freemasonry

Mysteries and Rituals Behind Freemasonry

What Do Freemasons Do?

Membership Requirements

The Bible and Freemasonry

The Master of Freemasonry

Is Freemasonry a Religion?

Is Freemasonry a Cult?

Blood Oaths and Freemasonry

Freemasonry and Il Worship

Why Men Become Freemasons

The Structure of Freemasonry

Entered Apprentice Initiation Ceremony

Masonic Symbols

Prince Hall Freemasonry

The Order of Eastern Star

Idol Worship Becomes Pagan Worship

Put Your Hope In Christ


Letter of Resignation

Renunciation Prayer for Release for Freemasons and Their Descendants


Mason Definitions

About the Author