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Notable Christian Leaders who where Masons. Ok, for all the holier than thou people out there. Tell us all how much you have done to build the
These men preached Christ to the world, and no one has question their theology based on their being a Mason. As scripture
states: If Satan drives out Satan, he is divided against himself. How then can his kingdom stand?
Aikens, Rev. Charles T. - who served as President of the Lutheran Synod of Eastern Pennsylvania
Anderson, Bishop William F. - one of the most important leaders of the
Methodist Church Rev. Lansing Burrows, Civil War Hero and Secretary of the Southern Baptist Convention
Baker, Rev. James C. - who created the Wesley Foundation
Boaz, Hiram Abiff - Bishop of the Methodist Church, one of the first presidents of Texas Wesleyan University
Brodie, Very Reverend RW Bro. Sir Israel, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregation of the British Commonwealth of Nations.
Burrows, Rev. Lansing - American Civil War hero and Secretary of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Cherubim, (Anninos)- Bishop, Metropolitan of Paronaxia
Chrysanthus, Bishop - Metropolitan of Trebizond, later Archbishop of Athens Eastern Orthodox Church
Dowdy D.D., John W. - Pastor First Baptist Church
Evans, Rev. Hugh I. - who served as national head of the Presbyterian Church.
Fisher, His Grace, The Right Honourable and Most Reverend Dr Geoffrey Francis (1887-1972). The 99th Arch Bishop of Canterbury
Freeman, Bishop James - the Episcopal Bishop of Washington, D.C., who first conceived and began the construction of the National Cathedral
Grant, The Reverend Louis R. - District Superintendent
The United Methodist Church
Hamilton, Frederick William - Unitarian minister and President of Tufts College
Hobbs, Herschell Harold (d. 1995). - Southern Baptist minister for 69 years, he wrote at least 147 books and Bible commentaries used in Southern
Baptist churches. He preached more than 700 sermons on the syndicated radio program, the "Baptist Hour" between 1958 and 1978. He was president of
the Southern Baptist Convention from 1961-63.
Hugh, Bishop Don - Holy Celtic Church, California
Jackson, Reverend Jesse - Baptist Minister, American civil rights leader and politician
Lawrence, J. B. - Vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention and Secretary-Treasurer of the Home Mission Board for 30 years
LeRoy C. Brandt, Ph.D., Pastor Reformed Church
Delmar, New York
Lord, John Wesley - Bishop, United Methodist Church
Maier, Fr. Charles E. O.C.R., Bishop, Old Catholic Church, missioner with the Navajo Nation in Arizona and as a pastor and therapist, working with
alcoholism and substance-abuse patients.
Marsh, Daniel L. - (1880-1968) Clergyman and Educator. President of Boston University
Marshall, Peter C. - a Presbyterian pastor of churches in Georgia and Washington, DC, chaplain of the U.S. Senate, and author of such books as Mr.
Jones, Meet the Master. His biography is entitled A Man Called Peter.
McBeth, Dr. Leon - longtime professor of church history of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas
McCall, Abner V. - President, Chancellor and President-Emeritus of Baylor University in Texas, he also served as the First Vice President of the
Southern Baptist Convention (1979-80) and a long-time leader of the Organization of Baptist Colleges and Universities.
Moore, David - Well known Baptist pastor in Southeastern New Mexico until his death in 1992 at the age of 103.
Murrow, Joseph Samuel - Southern Baptist Home Missionary - and the 'Founder of Freemasonry in Oklahoma', he is said to have established more than
Newton, Joseph Fort - Christian Minister and Masonic Author
Owen, Most Rev. Derwyn T. Archbishop of Toronto and Primate of all Canada.
Peale, Norman Vincent - Pastor of Marble