Our soon to be released documentary series “Traveling America” Part 1: In Search of the Truth will talk about the origins of pagan religions and the occult.
If you watched the latest clip we put out about Freemasons being in a KJV Baptist Church you will soon find out that this secretive group is serious about making the Gospel of Jesus Christ and turning into a Babylonian Pagan New Age religion created by Nimrod.
Ephesians 5:11 – And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.
Church of England Has Serious Concerns About Christian Freemasons
Since 1987, The Church of England has reiterated “significant concerns” about Christians becoming Freemasons amid renewed controversy about the presence of the secretive organisation at the heart of the British establishment.
“The Anglican synod has never come to a conclusion on the compatibility of Freemasonry and Christianity. The 1987 report raised what [it] termed ‘serious questions’ and the synod recommended that they be discussed throughout the church. As far as we are aware those discussions have never taken place.”
The 1987 church report stated that it was “clear that some Christians have found the impact of Masonic rituals disturbing and a few perceive them as positively evil.” It said Christians had withdrawn from Masonic lodges “precisely because they perceive their membership of it as being in conflict with their Christian witness and belief”.
“We shall be joined by several of the High Rulers in the Craft and the Holy Royal Arch Chapter together with Brethren from the Provinces of East Kent, West Kent, Surrey and Sussex,” said a notice on West Kent Masons website.
The Freemasons in Kent, Sussex and Surrey raised £300,000 for the restoration of Canterbury Cathedral’s north-west transept.
EDITORS NOTE: It is going to be interesting to see if the Church of England talks about the pagan Freemasons and their inability to become part of the Christian Church since they raised a lot of money to help restore Canterbury’s Cathedral.
The Association of English Cathedrals said: “Cathedrals provide a place of worship and welcome. While the church has had an uneasy relationship with the Masonic movement, we do share a common humanity, and no one would doubt its commitment to charity and community.
“Some of our cathedrals have hosted special services organised by the Freemasons in the same way they would host services for a wide variety of different community groups and organisations in the spirit of openness and welcome.”
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C of E raises serious concerns about Christian Freemasons