reply to post by WhoKnows100
Network Dude gave his definition within the first post. Fundamentalism only leads to extremism/radicalism = fascism. The fundamentalists don't like
criticism, but if they don't fit within their little box they criticize and damn until the sun comes up.
I'm Christian, but I'm not the shove it down your throat, narrow-minded Christian. Like I said with my example, I quoted something on Hinduism and
my cousin freaked out on me over quoting scripture and preaching. I don't care for those who have to shove their ideals down your throat and be in
Actually 'fundamentalism' is synonymous with 'radicalism' which means "very different from the usual or traditional". Fundamentalism is a
militant ideology that requires one to be an absolutist, and that is foolishness. Common sense dictates one cannot take the Bible as completely
literal as it has been revised, edited, and mistranslated over the centuries. How can you say it is completely God's Word when man has changed it so
reply to post by protocolsoflove
Well, we can only go off of your writing and your character that is presented to us.
Social injustices? Please, make a thread about the rampant social injustices that are done by the Lodges. I would love to see your evidence. You
seem to only have compassion for those who are in lock-step with you ideologically.
I didn't realize that to share love you must spread defamation. Nor did I realize pointing out inaccuracies was wrong. Should we allow false
information to continue? Do we not have a duty to correct the lesser informed? Are we not here to deny ignorance ensure truth and fact stay in tact?
If I'm a snake for spreading the truth then "hhhhhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiiiissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss".
Christ taught, among other things, forgiveness and tolerance. Here, people who believe in Christ one way are saying that people who believe in
Christ another way are potentially mind control slaves.
Well, the way some of the fundamentalists act its as if they have no mind of their own, just following what they are told.
So people don't like the tables turned on them? They can dish it out, but cannot take it? Seems hypocritical to me.
Your limited knowledge on the Masonic structure and symbolism leads me to believe that you really don't know much of us when you call us "entry
level pawns". None of us Masons here have tried to incite anger or told any lies. It seems to me that truth angers you anti-Masons as anytime we
spread the truth you all get up in arms.
reply to post by EnochWasRight
Didn't that "witchcraft" guy just take aspects of Masonry and then create his brand of witchcraft?
Plus, I've always found the video suspicious as in Masonry you're never "recommended" to become a Mason. You join of your own free will and
accord. Maybe that is different in England and I'm sure Masonic Light could speak on the matter. Even if its true though that both require
"recommendations", who cares? That kind of "connection" seems incidental to me. [video play...blah blah blah] You do not kneel before the
Worshipful Master nor treat him as a god. The term "worshipful" means "one worthy of respect". [video continues...blah blah blah] All of these
connections seem to be of little consequence.
reply to post by protocolsoflove
Holy grail? Where is that promised, even metaphorically? Nothing is ever promised to initiates. Members must earn their way through the Order.
reply to post by Lionhearte
And by different or "holy" do you mean self-righteous?
Yeah, it's not love they are spreading around, it's their brand of ideology which is hardly based on love.