Masonry Beyond the Light [NOOK Book]

Overview

Should a Christian be a Mason? Many Christians believe Masonry is a fine, Christian organization. But as Bill Schnoebelen climbed to Masonry's 32nd degree he discovered horrifying facts about this organization that lower level Masons never learn. Now a born again Christian, Schnoebelen reveals all. Learn the facts about the religion of Masonry, and the history of Masonry from someone who was deeply into it.
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Overview

Should a Christian be a Mason? Many Christians believe Masonry is a fine, Christian organization. But as Bill Schnoebelen climbed to Masonry's 32nd degree he discovered horrifying facts about this organization that lower level Masons never learn. Now a born again Christian, Schnoebelen reveals all. Learn the facts about the religion of Masonry, and the history of Masonry from someone who was deeply into it.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012826657
  • Publisher: Chick Publications
  • Publication date: 7/13/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 373,300
  • File size: 653 KB

Meet the Author

Bill Schnoebelen is an internationally recognized speaker, and the author of seven books. Bill holds Master’s Degrees in both theology and counseling. He teaches Bible, deliverance, alternative religions and the occult. He taught witchcraft for 16 years before being gloriously saved in 1984. Today, Bill operates With One Accord Ministries.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2001

    False Doctrine!

    This Book is for anyone who is interested in learning the esoterics of occultism. The man who wrote the book had 13 years experience climbing the 'spiritual ladder' in the masonic lodge. He knows what he's talking about. Now a born again christian believer he reveals this false 'religion'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2013

    Interpretation is key

    I believe experiences in masonry are truly different; however, the fact the he believes he was worshiping a brother I truly cant find reason for this. The head of the lodge is simply that the leader of the lodge and not suppose to be worshipped. I think this is where masonry gets its bad name from. Some people take things to literaly and get upset. I see masonry for what it is. A brotherhood of men trying to become better just like the deacons of a church. Is your preacher being worshiped? Probably not he is just a positive individual trying to lead you down the right path. Sorry just while reading this i could not get past the sense of hatred an judgment towards his particular lodge. Both of which really are not becoming of a christian, but hey just my opinion.

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  • Posted February 4, 2013

    Awesome book - a best seller for a reason. Never before has the

    Awesome book - a best seller for a reason. Never before has the evils of Masonry been so clearly identified - I was also able to use the 
    prayers at the back of the book to get free from ancestral curses that were causing all sorts of problems in my life and in my daughter's life.
    An excellent book.

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