Buy Darkness Visible: A Christian Appraisal of Freemasonry 3rd Revised edition by Walton Hannah (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Darkness Visible: A Christian Appraisal of Freemasonry – paperback Walton Hannah, then a Church of England clergyman (and subsequently a Catholic. Is Freemasonry compatible with one s duty to Jesus Christ? That is thequestion the Rev. Walton Hannah, then a Church of England clergyman(and.
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Hannah wrote this book to substantiate his conviction that for a quasi-religious organisation such as Freemasonry to offer prayers and worship to God but exclude the name of Jesus Christ demonstrates its incompatibility with Christianity. Ships from the UK.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I have been assured by a friendly officer of the Grand Lodge of England that part, at least, of this demand comes from Masons themselves, particularly those whose eyesight is strained by the tiny print of coded rituals issued by Masonic publishers.
There was some controversy. Hannah wrote the book to substantiate his conviction that for aquasi-religious organization such as Freemasonry to offer prayers andworship to God, but exclude the name of Jesus Christ, demonstrates itsincompatibility with Christianity.
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Katie Knorr marked it as to-read Oct 03, I am most grateful, too, to a certain Bishop and Past Grand Chaplain whom I will not embarrass by naming, for his sympathetic understanding and courtesy in giving a morning of his much-occupied time to trying, at my request, to persuade me to a different opinion on Freemasonry.
Darkness Visible Walton Hannah Devon: Leif Endre added it Jun 02, Thomas Yaeger added it May 03, That is the question which the Rev. That is thequestion the Rev. Chapter 1 Books Published: Shows definite wear, and perhaps considerable marking on inside. Three of the five illustrations are present and this appears to be as issued for tjhis edition. Mervyn Stockwood, saw fit to ban non-Christian Masonic services in his diocese. He gives in full the entire Masonic Ritual of the three Craft degrees, and of the Royal Arch Appendices deal with ritual variations in Scotland, Ireland, and America, and with other degrees.
Samuel Djan marked it as to-read Nov 14, Stevie O’Connor marked it as to-read May 03, He did praise Freemasonry, saying that many Masons were of the “highest distinction and repute”  and commending Freemasonry’s charitable works. Every degree is carefully listed and the more important are described.
The second section discusses Masonic rituals, particularly the first degree initiation ceremony, the second degree passing ceremony and the third degree raising ceremony, and a reprint of Darkness Visible claimed that the book was used by new initiates for learning their initiation rituals, as it was easier to use than official Masonic copies.
Trivia About Darkness Visible Description Preface Illustrations Sample Page. There is a previous owner’s stamp on the front endpaper waltom the dust jacket is price-clipped. Sharon Mccrindle marked it as to-read Nov 04, Stephen Gray rated it liked it Jul 09, Thin jacket has chips and tears, external taping, just fair. Pokes Mashao marked it as to-read Aug 09, Want to Read saving….
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walron Kit Waal rated it liked it Jun 25, Very good in very good dust jacket. Book is in good condition but bears an anti-Semitic inscription in the ffep as well as scattered anti-Semitic and anti-Protestant, anti-Anglican comments in the margins.
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Darkness Visible: A revelation & Interpretation of Freemasonry. by Walton Hannah
Author’s Preface to Tenth Edition It is now ten years since the first edition of Darkness Visible made its stormy appearance in a fierce controversy that was taken up by the secular as well as the religious press. But Roman Catholics, too, are often sorely puzzled as to why their Church has condemned Grand Lodge Freemasonry; they are often sorely tempted to join for business or other reasons, under the assurance of their Masonic friends that waltno Catholic condemnation was a gigantic blunder, based on misunderstanding or narrow-minded exclusiveness.
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