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Is the Supreme Council right to waive the Trinitarian Christian requirement?

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The Ancient and Accepted Rite (Rose Croix)

Postby The Uninitiated » Wed Nov 15, 2023 9:04 am

The Supreme Council of England and Wales have decided to waive the requirement that candidates for Perfection need to be Trinitarian Christians.

Given the story that the Ceremony of Perfection tells, while this may now be of interest to Christians who are non-Trinitarian, I cannot for the life of me understand why anyone of an alternate religion would be interested?

Is this the right decision?
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MMM/RAM: Camberley No.1131 - SW/SW
A&AR: 30° and MWS of Ferneberga No.1096
RCC: PDivStwd(Surrey), DepCapt DivSG., St George's No.18 (etc)
RSM: Weyside No.277 -+- AMD: Farnham No.235
KT: Agincourt No.517 -+- KTP: Chertsey No.195
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Re: The Ancient and Accepted Rite (Rose Croix)

Postby Ian B » Wed Nov 22, 2023 10:42 pm

Looking at it from a different point of view, why would you not want to share that message with everyone else?

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