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Is It True What They Say about Freemasonry?, Revised

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For as long as there have been Freemasons, there has been a calculated effort to disparage and their practices. In this insightful text, masons de Hoyos and Morris explore the origins of the anti-Masonic mindset and delve into the falsehoods on which critics have based these perennial sentiments. Confronting opponents one at a time, the authors methodically debunk the myth ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published March 16th 2010 by M. Evans and Company (first published 2004)
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Jacob Šavlik
As a new mason, there was a lot to be learned about anti-masonry in this book. A lot of details, but only around 4 or 5 real arguments and criticisms. The book seemed to more or less focus on Pike and Taxil, and rebut different authors who criticize the craft using their writings. In short, if you've read the first quarter of the book, you've pretty much read the whole thing.
Tyler Anderson
There has to be more about anti-Masonry than mis-readings of Pike. Doesn't there?

I was pretty excited about this book, and to boot I got it used for a song off the web. Meh. There is definitely some engaging material here, and certainly I learned some things about anti-Masonry (and necessarily, about Masonry itself, I suppose, in the process...I guess?). I have to admit that several times throughout, I found myself thinking, "This could have been condensed." There were also some editing issues t
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Bretton
Aug 02, 2008 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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This is an awesome book. As members of the Craft we are taught to bear with patience attacks from anti-Masons, but brothers de Hoyos and Morris do an excellent job of explaining the motivations of those who attack Freemasonry. The reader is shown that much of the time the motivation is money.
Megan
Aug 17, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I don't know why they need to write a book. Are the Mason's so relevant that this needs to happen?
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