posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 12:45 AM
Whatever the beliefs of the Freemasons, they are not the "ultimate anti-Christ religion". They simply don't agree with your interpretation of a
book you have decided is the only source of God's "Word". Not everyone believes that the Bible is the only source of God's Word; in fact, many
don't believe the Bible to contain God's words at all, but only Man's.
Most people don't believe that Jesus was the Son of God. In fact, only Christians believe it, and even among Christians many are uncertain. The
Christian dogma claims that Jesus is the only *begotten* son of God, meaning God caused a woman to conceive and bear Jesus - who, somehow, turned out
to be God Himself. Unlike other religions that teach that people are children of God, Christianity claims that Jesus is the ONLY begotten son of
The Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and Atheists don't believe that Jesus was the son of God. Are they *all* "anti-Christ religions"? I think
not. They simply don't believe what you believe. That's OK. You could just as easily be wrong as any of the others. Maybe it's the Koran, and
not the Bible, that is the true word of God. Maybe it's Bhagavad-Gita, or Dhammapada, or just the Old Testament, or Tao Te Ching, or even Origin of
Species. As much as you are certain that the Bible is the Word of God, so are others certain that it's the Koran or the other books (Origin of
Species excepted, though).
Many are certain; not all can be right. You might be one of the people who got it wrong.
Anyway, the Book of Revelation speaks of an anti-Christ, and is very specific about it (even though it's also kind of self-contradictory). The
Freemasons don't match that description - not in any reasonable way, at least. If you loosen up the meaning of Revelation enough, sure, you could
include Freemasons, but if you do that you wind up including everyone else, including Christian sects who don't happen to agree with your particular
version of the truth.
Freemasonry is not the religion of the anti-Christ. It's not even close.