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Masonry / Free Masonry

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Exploring the Connection between Mormons and Masons, Brown, Matthew
1 Exploring the Connection between Mormons and Masons

Brown, MatthewNew, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2009, American Fork, UT

DVD



Brand New DVD. DVD $16.99 Approx. 40 minutes. ; Why did Joseph Smith become a Freemason? How was Freemasonry introduced into Nauvoo, Illinois, in the early 1840s? Do the Masons really descend from the stonemasons who built King Solomon’s Temple? Is there an ancient relationship between the Masonic lodge rites and the Mormon temple ordinances? The subject of Joseph Smith and Freemasonry sparks a wide range of responses among Latter-day Saints, from curiosity to suspicion to outright excitement. In this fascinating documentary, trusted LDS scholars—including a past Grand Master of Masons in Utah—clearly and skillfully address the subject’s history, theology, and traditional understandings. With research ranging from the particular to the panoramic, this film offers engaging, edifying exploration of the relationship between the ritual practices of Freemasonryand the blessings of the house of the Lord. ; DVD; DVD, 

45914

Price: 16.99 USD 15.29 USD 
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PARENT AND CHILD - A Series of Essays and Lessons for Use in the Parents' Department of the Latter-Day Saints Sunday Schools., Deseret Sunday School Union
2 PARENT AND CHILD - A Series of Essays and Lessons for Use in the Parents' Department of the Latter-Day Saints Sunday Schools.

Deseret Sunday School UnionVery Good with no Dust Jacket, Deseret Sunday School Union, 1908, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Rubbing on front cover with wear to corners and edges. A couple of dog eared pages. Previous owner name inside front cover. Good condition especially for age.

; . "A series of essays and lessons for use in the Parent's Department of the Latter-day Saints Sunday Schoolss. Appropriate for home study. " The gospel of pleasure and social pastimes. Public pleasure. Athletic sports, public parks, yarns and story telling, etc

; 5" x 7"; 224 pages, 

16302

Price: 9.90 USD 8.91 USD 
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The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry, Ivins, Anthony W
3 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WVery Good with no Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1934, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hardcover in very good condition. Some minor edge wear. Very clean throughout!

Printed Signatures of LDS/Mormon Church 1st Presidency (1935) Heber J. Grant, J Reuben Clark and David O. McKay on tipped in sheet.

; This book is written to answer statements made in a pamphlet entitled 'Mormonism and Masonry'.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 254 pages, 

15441

Price: 35.00 USD 31.50 USD 
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The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry, Ivins, Anthony W
4 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WNew, Archive Publishers, 2000, Heber City, Utah

Paperback



Brand new softcover book! %% ; In 1925, a booklet was published by the Grand Lodge F & M of Utah entitled: "Mormonism & Masonry" authored by S. H. Goodwin, P. G. M. This treatise by President Anthony W. Ivins, First Counselor in the Church's First Presidency, is a rebuttal to that book. In the book's Introduction Elder Ivins writes: "In justification of the attitude assumed [Goodwin] severely criticizes the fundamental doctrines upon which the Mormon Church rests. He holds up to ridicule the character of Joseph Smith, who was the instrument in the hands of the Lord in the opening of the present Gospel Dispensation. He objects to the interpretation of the scripture as contained in the standard works of the Church and declares that it was the prophet's knowledge of Masonry which prompted him to write the Book of Mormon and organize the Church. He endeavors to prove that the ordinances administered in Mormon temples are copied from the ceremonies of Masonry. "It is obvious to one familiar with the subject that 'Mormonism and Masonry' is simply another of the many abortive attempts which have been made to explain the calling of Joseph Smith, and the opening of the Gospel Dispensation of the Fulness of Times by other means than the direct interposition of God our Father, and Christ our Lord, His Only Begotten Son. "It is the purpose of the writer of this reply to discuss the relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry in a spirit of fairness and truth, to answer the criticisms of Mr. Goodwin, and leave Masons and Mormons and others who are not affiliated with either organization to decide whether the attitude assumed by the author of the booklet referred to is well taken. "; 5" x 8"; 219 pages, 

25891

Price: 13.95 USD 12.56 USD 
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The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry, Ivins, Anthony W
5 The Relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry

Ivins, Anthony WVery Good with no Dust Jacket, The Deseret News Press, 1934, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green hardcover in very good condition Green hard cover is a little bit worn. Else is overall very good.

; In 1925, a booklet was published by the Grand Lodge F & M of Utah entitled: "Mormonism & Masonry" authored by S. H. Goodwin, P. G. M. This treatise by President Anthony W. Ivins, First Counselor in the Church's First Presidency, is a rebuttal to that book. In the book's Introduction Elder Ivins writes: "In justification of the attitude assumed [Goodwin] severely criticizes the fundamental doctrines upon which the Mormon Church rests. He holds up to ridicule the character of Joseph Smith, who was the instrument in the hands of the Lord in the opening of the present Gospel Dispensation. He objects to the interpretation of the scripture as contained in the standard works of the Church and declares that it was the prophet's knowledge of Masonry which prompted him to write the Book of Mormon and organize the Church. He endeavors to prove that the ordinances administered in Mormon temples are copied from the ceremonies of Masonry. "It is obvious to one familiar with the subject that 'Mormonism and Masonry' is simply another of the many abortive attempts which have been made to explain the calling of Joseph Smith, and the opening of the Gospel Dispensation of the Fulness of Times by other means than the direct interposition of God our Father, and Christ our Lord, His Only Begotten Son. "It is the purpose of the writer of this reply to discuss the relationship of Mormonism and Freemasonry in a spirit of fairness and truth, to answer the criticisms of Mr. Goodwin, and leave Masons and Mormons and others who are not affiliated with either organization to decide whether the attitude assumed by the author of the booklet referred to is well taken. "

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 254 pages, 

24870

Price: 30.00 USD 27.00 USD 
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MORMONISM AND MASONRY, McGavin, E. Cecil
6 MORMONISM AND MASONRY

McGavin, E. CecilVery Good in Good+ Dust Jacket, Steven & Wallis, 1956, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Green and purple DJ has some wear. The last few pages has some light highlighting. Previous owners name inside front cover. Signed by author inside front cover. ; 6.25" x 9.25"; 200 pages, 

17149

Price: 12.00 USD 10.80 USD 
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MORMONISM AND MASONRY, McGavin, E. Cecil
7 MORMONISM AND MASONRY

McGavin, E. CecilVery Good in Very Good Dust Jacket, Steven & Wallis, 1956, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Cover slightly rubbed and edge worn. ; 6" x 9"; 200 pages, 

31672

Price: 9.00 USD 8.10 USD 
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BOOK OF MORMON WHO'S WHO - Illustrated Edition, Pinegar, Ed J. and Allen, Richard J.
8 BOOK OF MORMON WHO'S WHO - Illustrated Edition

Pinegar, Ed J. and Allen, Richard J.New in New Dust Jacket, Covenant Communications, Inc., 2007, American Fork, UT

Hardcover



Brand New! ; A Comprehensive Guide to the People in the Book of Mormon &mdsh; from Aaron to Zoram Enhance your gospel study with this incredible new resource that provides an encyclopedia-like portrayal of every character found in the Book of Mormon. In this beautifully illustrated volume, more than 75 color images enhance more than 300 fascinating entries of individuals, prominent and little known, righteous and unrighteous. Each listing is complete with a description of the person, his/her historical context, and a summary of the key contributions of his/her life. Gleaned from a lifetime of intensive study and instruction, gospel scholars Ed J. Pinegar and Richard Allen have collaborated to create a useful tool filled with rich entries that bring the ancient world of the Book of Mormon to vibrant life. Whether you're an instructor or student of the scriptures, Book of Mormon Who's Who is a must-have for every LDS family and will be an essential part of your Book of Mormon study. ; 8.5" x 11"; 208 pages, Illustrated, 

36904

Price: 27.95 USD 25.16 USD 
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