Christian Freemason – an oxymoron.

John wrote this comment.

Thank you for the comment.

I appreciate your sentiments and concur that one can always draw negatives from any battle of words, regardless of the issue or subject matter in view.

The subject at hand here is an extremely important one though – it is a matter of life and death that has eternal consequences.

I have been a freemason myself for many years before I got saved and only then realized the truth according to God’s word; and that is: A Christian CAN NOT be a freemason!

It is true that masons do many good charitable works and nobody is bashing that.

The problem, as is explained exhaustively on this blog, is both simple and fundamental.

If one becomes a Christian in the fullest sense of the word, then God’s Word as expressed in the Bible becomes of paramount importance. It is unfortunately true that there exists conflict between what God’s word commands versus certain practices in masonry.

Thus, in order to be a Freemason, the Christian HAS TO make certain compromises, that is, turn a blind eye to certain Masonic doctrine and practices that God clearly prohibits in His Word.

Many Christian Freemasons believe they can do this, I don’t.

Many Christian Freemasons are not fully aware of this problem because it is so easy to be swept away by the seemingly good and patently good that masons do indeed perform that one is lulled into a sense that all is well and good – in the eyes of man as well as before God.

That is unfortunately NOT TRUE.

The fact of the matter is that there exists very clear direction and command in the Word of God to prove this. Many are just too blind, ignorant or arrogant to see it. It is to them that I appeal : Please open your mind to reason and to plain logic and common sense.

So one has to choose, and you are right – ultimately God is the judge.

The bottom line, and unfortunate truth is this; a Christian Freemason is an oxymoron, just as sure as an “open secret”, an “only choice”, “good grief” and “dimwit” is.

My hope remain that some will see the light before it is too late!

For them I continue my efforts here.

God Bless,



2 Responses to “Christian Freemason – an oxymoron.”

  1. James Says:


    My question is this. Why is society always trying to MAKE freemasonry into a religion. I notice I don’t see a whole lot about the Knights of Columbus, Elks, Moose, Lions,etc…. Aren’t these civic groups like the masons. Their structure is similar to that of mason lodges also.

    • anothermouse Says:

      Hallo JR and thank you for your comment,

      This blog deals specifically with the question CAN A CHRISTIAN BE A FREEMASON?

      So if you profess to be a Christian and you happen to also be a Freemason you are welcome to comment and I am desirous to hear your viewpoint and to discuss mine.

      For reasons clearly spelled out on this blog I believe it is not proper for a Christian to be a Freemason! In order to see my point you need to be a REAL Christian, not just in name and you really need to understand what Freemasonry is all about, really be honest about it and not just focus on the reasons you enjoy Freemasonry. You really need to stand back and see the BIG PICTURE from Gods point of view!

      Can you try to do that? If so, lets hear some more from you.


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