- Here are several articles about Free Masonry from an
Admittedly, the last two only touch on Masonry as a
part of the ecumenical movement, but the first two are
straight to the point.
In English, most of the information on Free Masonry is
published by Protestant sources. If you stop by your
local Protestant bookstore you should find a section
devoted to Masonry. If I may, I would like to suggest
the videotape "Out of the Darkness, Into the Light".
Fr. Gregory Naumenko showed us this film in Pastoral
Theology at Jordanville. I liked it so much that I
went out and bought myself a copy. I lend this out to
anyone who has questions about Masonry in our parish
here in Ann Arbor. Admittedly, since this tape is
produced by a Protestant souce its theological
grounding is Protestant, and so there are a few things
said on the tape that shaky theologically. However,
in general this is still one of the best "quick and
dirty" explanations of Masonry I've seen (or read).
Rev. Fr. Gregory Joyce
St. Vladimir Russian Orthodox Church, ROCOR
Ann Arbor, MI
parish web page: http://www.stvladimiraami.org
pager: (734) 651-9784
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