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Lodges Examined by the Bible

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Published by Fundamental Truth Publishers in Findlay, OH .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

A date is not printed on this book. A cataloger estimated 1943.

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Pagination109 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26802518M

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A Paperback book which examines a Christian's relationship to lodges and secret orders. It asked the question Lodges Examined by the Bible: John R. RICE: Books. Lodges claim to be centers of morality and claim to give great light on spiritual things. These orders often profess to show the way to Heaven—even calling their buildings temples. Using the light of the Bible, Dr. Rice asks the question, "Is it a sin for a Christian to have membership in secret orders?" He answers with a resounding "YES.". Lodges Examined by the Bible: Is it a Sin for a Christian to Have Membership in Secret Orders? Author: John R. Rice: Publisher: Sword of the Lord Publishers, ISBN: , Length: 80 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefManReviews: 1. LODGES EXAMINED BY THE BIBLE. Printable PDF Article > Dialogue with a Christian Mason. Printable PDF Article > Lodges Examined By The Bible. Printable PDF Article > Do You Feel Persecuted? Witnessing to Masons.

Lodges Examined By the Bible Many influential people are members of secret orders. Their memberships include church members and even preachers. Lodges claim to be centers of morality and claim to give great light on spiritual things. These orders often profess to show the way to heaven – even calling their buildings temples. In fact, in nations where Christianity isn't embraced, Masonic alters display the appropriate "Book of the Law" instead of the Bible. Freemasonry is definitely a religion, and a very BAD one at that. The entry level in Masonry is The Blue Lodge, which consists of three degrees: Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft. Masonic Bibles, Bible Heirloom Bibles, Master Mason Bibles, Masonic Lodge Bibles, Altar Bibles. Lodges Examined by the Bible IS IT A SIN FOR A CHRISTIAN TO HAVE MEMBERSHIP IN SECRET ORDERS? By JOHN R. RICE, D.D., LITT. D. This book should .

JOHN WELDON (Ph.D., Pacific College of Graduate Studies;, Luther Rice Seminary) was co-author of many books including The Secret Teachings of the Masonic Lodge, Myth Of Safe Sex: The Tragic Consequences of Violating God's Plan, Playing with Fire, Psychic Healing, and One World: Bible Prophecy and the New World Order.3/5(5). Or pictorial card covers with lodge symbols etc. Tiny bookseller stamp at bottom of title page. Evangelist makes his anti-Masonic, Unitarian and other lodge feelings quite plain. Quote from front cover: "Exposes wicked lodge oaths; the pagan and Unitarian Christless religion, the shams of lodges. Gives clear Bible teaching forbidding lodge oaths. "Brian--I do not belong to any faith other than God's letter to us--the bible. I usually attend a non-denominational church because I have ran into too much of man's belief over God's word. I don't hold with theology man's belief, I go with the printed word and what I don't understand I . Masonic Lodge Rituals Exposed The whole ritualistic religious character of the Masonic Lodge and its thick wall of secrecy certainly creates major concerns for Bible believing Christians. The deeper you analyse Lodge rites and instruction it becomes obvious we are looking at an institution that is contrary to God’s pattern for Christian practice. The elaborate.