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Is Freemasonry a religion?

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Is Freemasonry a religion?

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No. This is a misconception. Freemasonry has no theological doctrines. It offers no sacrements. It does not claim to lead to salvation. It is not a substitute for religion, nor is it a forum for religious discussions. Freemasons are required, however, to have a belief in a “Supreme Being”. They come from many faiths. They have respect for the sacred customs of others. There is nothing whatsoever in being a Freemason that conflicts with a member’s religious beliefs or practices. Freemasonry strongly advocates unity and tolerance among all men and does not discriminate against religion. It could be said that its teachings complement its members’ individual faiths. back…. • Is Freemasonry Anti-Catholic or Anti -Semitic? Emphatically not. Freemasonry promotes a spirit of unity and understanding among all men. It does not discriminate against any religion.

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