Mormon Dilemma 29

19 July

Joseph Smith a member of the Masonic Lodge

Encyclopedia of Mormonism, pg. 1018; For a time Nauvoo was a community almost unto itself. Its singular status, the inclusive character of its life patterns, and the extension of the religious vision into all aspects of culture were stabilized by a strong self-sufficient charter and even a militia, the Nauvoo Legion. Many visitors came to view the new city, and efforts to promote cultural and intellectual exchange increased. Joseph Smith and about 1,500 other Church members joined the Masonic lodges in Nauvoo and nearby Keokuk and Montrose to promote fraternal relations (see –>Freemasonry in Nauvoo).

Jeremiah 7:8; Behold, ye trust in lying words, that cannot profit.

I’ve got a newsflash for you.  Nauvoo is still a very small tight-knit community, but that doesn’t excuse the behavior of taking oaths to a foreign god.

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One Response to “Mormon Dilemma 29”

  1. robert donaldson August 26, 2011 at 9:28 am #

    all american presidents have been and are masonic lodge members
    God save america..
    God does not link arms with the devil who runs and owns the masonic lodge

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