Christian Spiritual Healing Free Masonry and The Bible
Free Masonry and The Bible by Carl Gluck
Carl Gluck believes the history of the Masonic Order can only be understood by studying the Bible, not only for the many stonemasons but also for many symbols and mysteries. Masonry is founded on the Bible. The actual purpose of Masonry is to explain the relationship of man to God. It teaches principles of morality, and insists that man must subdue his passions in order to bring his consciousness into conformity with God’s Laws. The purpose of this treatise is to interpret Masonry, and to trace the teaching to that of the inspired men of the Bible, who had the true understanding of that which today is called freemasonry. Some of the symbols which are used in Masonry today can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians, which indicates that they , too, knew the mysteries. Gluck confines his references to the Bible only because Masonry is mainly founded on the Bible.
Honest Attitude Towards Sin
The only honest attitude for one to take towards sin, evil, matter, is to see it as it is...as temporal...and then to overcome it on the ground that it is one’s own mistake. Through proper analysis...and there is no other way by which one may know the truth...we find that evil is not the product of God, nor of another creator operating against God and His creation; thus we are forced to conclude that evil, or sin, is the spiritual man’s mistake, and the outcome of his mistake is matter, physical form.
Where? Why? What’s Next?
Free Masonry and The Bible by Carl Gluck
Carl Gluck believes the history of the Masonic Order can only be understood by studying the Bible, not only for the many stonemasons but also for many symbols and mysteries. Masonry is founded on the Bible. The actual purpose of Masonry is to explain the relationship of man to God. It teaches principles of morality, and insists that man must subdue his passions in order to bring his consciousness into conformity with God’s Laws. The purpose of this treatise is to interpret Masonry, and to trace the teaching to that of the inspired men of the Bible, who had the true understanding of that which today is called freemasonry. Some of the symbols which are used in Masonry today can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians, which indicates that they , too, knew the mysteries. Gluck confines his references to the Bible only because Masonry is mainly founded on the Bible.
Honest Attitude Towards Sin
The only honest attitude for one to take towards sin, evil, matter, is to see it as it is...as temporal...and then to overcome it on the ground that it is one’s own mistake. Through proper analysis...and there is no other way by which one may know the truth...we find that evil is not the product of God, nor of another creator operating against God and His creation; thus we are forced to conclude that evil, or sin, is the spiritual man’s mistake, and the outcome of his mistake is matter, physical form.
Where? Why? What’s Next?
Christian Spiritual Healing
Free Masonry and The Bible