Objections to Freemasonry
The principal objections that have been urged by its opponents to the Institution of Freemasonry may be arranged under six heads: 1. Its secrecy; 2 The exclusiveness of its charity; 3. Its admission of unworthy members; 4. Its claim to be a religion; 5. Its administration of unlawful oaths: and, 6. Its puerility as a system of instruction. Each of these objections is replied to in this work under the respective heads of the words which are italicized above.
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