4 edition of Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry found in the catalog.
September 20, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||64|
Joseph's contemporaries did not embrace the "obvious" link between the Book of Mormon and masonry. Proponents or opponents of Masonry simply tended to blame their opponents for Mormonism. Given Joseph Smith's long family involvement with the institution of Freemasonry and the fact that he would, in , become a Mason himself, it seems. Masonry’s influence on Joseph Smith, early Mormonism and Mormon temple architecture has been noted by a number of LDS historians. Some of the areas impacted by Masonic lore and ritual include the Book of Mormon, Joseph’s personal life, and the LDS temple ceremony.
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Supposedly Joe Swick is finally publishing his book on Mormons and Masonry but we’ll have to see how it turns out. The two good books on the subject, although I’d not call them comprehensive, are Homer’s Joseph’s Temples: The Dynamic Relationship Between Freemasonry and Mormonism and Anderson’s The Development of LDS Temple Worship. This book explores the history of the relationship between the Mormon Church and Masonry. It is foot noted and quotes original sources. If you've ever wondered about Joseph Smith being a mason and the similarities between the temple endowment and Masonry this book is a good read/5(5).
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The book then continues with Temple activity in the Book of Mormon, accounts of American Indian encounters involving Freemasonry and the ban of Mormon Freemasonry membership in the state of Utah when the first lodge was established in If you are LDS with questions like my own, this book is overall a good read/5(4).
Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry by S. Goodwin Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry | This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Here are some additional quotations from the book: "In Dr.
Reed Durham, who was director of the LDS Institute of Religion at the University of Utah and president of the Mormon History Association found that what had previously been identified as the 'Masonic jewel of the Prophet Joseph Smith' was in reality a 'Jupiter talisman.'5/5(2).
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Purchasing grants one user license for the digital book. S. Goodwin, Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry (Salt Lake City, ), is still one of the best studies on the anti-Masonic influence in the Book of Mormon.
Another interesting study is Walter Franklin Prince, "Psychological Tests for the Authorship of the Book of Mormon," American Journal of Psychology 28 (July Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry by S.
Goodwin, This book continues on the previous and spends the majority of the book discussing the Book of Mormon, and argues there are several Masonic references in the book, which arose due to the Anti-Masonry period following the Morgan incident. A Study in American Masonry - A Preuss - A System of Speculative Masonry - S Town - A Text Book of Masonic Jurisprudence - A G Mackey - Address To The Veterans of Pennsylvania - I Register - Akins Lodge Manual - J W Akin - An Address To Harmony Lodge 17.
Mormonism and Freemasonry are so intimately interwoven and interrelated that the two can never be dissociated.
Mormonism was born in the throes of the holocaust provoked by the anti-masonic Morgan Affair of What I shall attempt to cover is the period from the beginning of Mormonism in the s, with its early masonic ties, through the social and political upheaval in New York State tied.
Mormonism and Masonry Masonry's influence on Mormonism and Joseph Smith has been noted by a number of historians. Some of the areas impacted by Masonic lore and ritual include the Book of Mormon, Joseph's personal life, and the LDS temple ceremony. Masonic Themes Related to the Book of Mormon.
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€€€€The first contact of Mormonism with Masonry ante-dated the Nauvoo period by somewhat more than fifteen years. In fact, the present writer is convinced that the years which saw the preparation and publication of the “Golden Bible” of this new faith, also witnessed the very material prenatal influence of Masonry upon Mormonism.
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comment. Additional Info: Digital Book Version Available: Description. A study of the influence of magic and Masonry on Joseph Smith and his family. Pictures of Smith's Jupiter talisman and the Hyrum Smith magic parchments. Table of Contents. Slipping Treasures and the Book of Mormon The Guardian of the Treasure Forged Mormon Documents.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: McGavin, E. Cecil (Elmer Cecil), "Mormonism" and masonry. Salt Lake City, Utah, The Deseret News Press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Cecil McGavin.
The Relationship Between Freemasonry and Mormonism Michael W. Homer Dialogue, Vol. 27, No. 3 MICHAEL W. HOMER is a lawyer in Salt Lake City, Utah. Versions of his “‘Similarity of Priesthood in Masonry’: The Relationship between Freemasonry and Mormonism” were delivered at a conference on “Masonry, the Church and New Religions,”.
(New York: Alfred Knopf, ), ; Goodwin, Mormonism and Masonry, 9; Additional Studies in Mormonism and Masonry, ; Thomas F. O'Dea, The Mormons (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), 23, 35; Blake Ostler, "The Book of Mormon as a Modern Expansion of an Ancient Source," Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 20 (Spring ):.
Mormonism and Masonry By: Samuel H. Goodwin () The edition of the book published in explored extensively the reasons why Mormons were not accepted ("are" at the time of publication) into the Masonic Lodges.Symbolism in Mormon temples Claims made by critical books, videos and websites related to Mormonism and Freemasonry "It has always been commonly reported, and to a great extent believed, that the mysteries of the Endowment House were only a sort of initiation of the rites of Masonry; but I need hardly say that this statement when examined by.
His book is not a fast read, but is very scholarly and thorough in its approach to the topic of Mormonism and free masonry. It won critical acclaim from many quarters, and rightly so. It’s nice to see that others continue to study and research this subject, thereby enhancing our understanding of a subject that has not been, for the most part.