posted on Dec, 24 2007 @ 02:43 AM
reply to post by spirit7
Is there a way for anyone who reads these posts to go out and buy Morals and Dogma or get it from the library to see for themselves that Pike's book
is his own opinion on masonry and the lucifer quote you keep bringing up is exactly the opposite of what you claim? You betchya.
"Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish Souls? Doubt it
Sometimes I think people, in their zealous fervor to find "evil", don't even bother to read their own talking points/reference materials. Do you
doubt that lucifer bears the light, spirit7? The Bible calls him the light bearer - is that not bearing the light? Do you doubt that the light lucifer
carries blinds feeble, sensual, and selfish souls who fall for it? Or do you think that Lucifer's light is good and helps people? If you do, then you
are going directly against the Bible and Albert Pike.
Of course even if Pike told us all we should love Lucifer and Lucifer was the bestest ever - the preface to Morals and Dogma states that it is only
the opinion of Pike and no one should take it as absolute truth on masonry. It does not speak for masonry.
Would you like me to find you some Christians who say we should worship Lucifer? I assure you they exist. Can I then use their quotes to bash you?
That's my next project if you keep this up...
Read the reference material. It would help you avoid embarrassing moments like this.
I am glad that you can't express your opinion without insults. I am sure Jesus is proud. Do you have any proof that the oaths are anything but
symbolic or that it is somehow a test? No? Then stop lying.
I still await your proof. What you provided was anti-mason talking points which have been beaten to death on this board. I still want to see your real
proof. I'm only trying to help you from becoming a false prophet Spirit7, if you say that you are a CHristian and believe in Jesus Christ like you
say you do. Just think about it man, please.