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Can Christians Be Freemasons?

Yes of course!!! Freemasonry accepts ALL kinds of religions!

So why is there all this "beef" between Christianity and Freemasonry?

Check out the article on Masonic Find for the whole scoop! :)

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  • Robb

    Robb 7 years, 7 months ago

    If two people of mutually exclusive religions can say the same thing and think they are referring to their own respective deities, there is a problem in ambiguous language. This has been the core argument against freemasonry by some Christians. The historic Chrisian creeds (Apostolic, Nicene, and Atbanasian) brook no ambiguity.


  • ChrisLeeVella

    ChrisLeeVella 7 years, 7 months ago

    There is no problem. If you worship a "God" or you believe in a "supreme being" Freemasonry accepts you. Now christianity may have another opinion of that.

    Not to sound biased but Christianity is the root of the long time "feud". Even until recently Pope Francis attacked "masonic lobbies".

    I come from a Christian family (not christian myself) and I am a freemason. I see no problem with it but apparently people around me that are Christians, see a problem.

    Thanks for the question and comment. I 'd love to hear your thoughts.


  • larryh2013 7 years, 7 months ago

    By the end of the day, it all comes down to science. No matter what religion you believe in or if you are a freemason, you someday will realize its all science. Just 100s or 1000s years ago, people are not smart enough to understand Science and use different terminology to describe what they see. Imagine, you take the Google car to a village in very poor country, they will probably either dance around it and worship it or they will do all the things they can and say the car is possess.