Freemasonry has been the subject of much debate by both Christians and non-Christians alike. It has provoked several books to be published in recent years which have sensationalised the issue without proper research. The author, as a freemason and Christian, has carefully examined the accusations levelled at Freemasonry. He gives reasoned answers and explanations to the issues raised in anti-masonic publications and exposes their lack of substance. First published in 1989, this edition has been extensively revised and expanded to incorporate additional information and subsequent developments.
|Publisher:||Allan, Ian Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.30(d)|
About the Author
Christopher Haffner was born in Surrey and followed a career as an architect which took him to Hong Kong where he lived and worked for 33 years. Whilst there he played an active part as a Trustee of his local church and was elected to the Diocesan Synod. He was invited into Freemasonry in 1962 and followed an extensive Masonic career in Craft Freemasonry as well as in higher degree bodies in the English, Irish and Scottish Constitiutions. Until just before retiring from Hong Kong in 1993 he was District Grand Master under the English Constitution. Kit Haffner, as he is known, is the author of several books and papers on Masonic and architectural matters. He resigned from all his Masonic lodges as a result of the prejudice against Freemasonry exhibited in his local church, in order to fulfil a ministerial role. He subsequently obtained degrees in theology at two London colleges and now has a fulfilling ministry as a Reader. He is able to look back on his experiences of Freemasonry without being involved in its activities.