A Quick Guide to Freemasonry

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A Quick Guide to Freemasonry

Postby admin » Sun Nov 03, 2013 7:45 pm

A Quick Guide to Freemasonry
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A Quick Guide to Freemasonry is perfect for both new and established members or indeed anyone wanting to know about Freemasonry. New members are full of questions and are sometimes afraid to ask established members, thus turning to the Internet to be confronted by an array of websites; some filled with misinformation. This handbook gives the answers to many of those questions, and would be perfect for Mentors in Lodges on both sides of the Atlantic.

Written in a simple question-and-answer format, the book provides a brief history of Freemasonry, along with a quick guide to many of the Masonic rituals, Masonic dress and various practices; also covering the roles of the Officers, the Festive Board, toasting and the use of symbols within Masonry. Containing the basic FAQs and the more deeper considerations, this is a perfect guide for those who wish to know more about the world of Freemasonry.

Dr. David Harrison is a UK based Masonic historian and author of the critically acclaimed The Genesis of Freemasonry, The Transformation of Freemasonry and The Liverpool Masonic Rebellion and the Wigan Grand Lodge.
He is a regular contributor to Masonic magazines around the world, including Freemasonry Today, MQ Magazine, the Square, Knight Templar Magazine, Philalethes and The Ashlar

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