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By William R. Denslow

Vol. II E-J. This very infrequent and lengthy out of print biographical paintings is a needs to for any Mason with a wish for Masonic study. this isn't a photocopy of the unique paintings, yet a very new, re-type set version. whereas a couple of editorial adjustments were made the paintings is for the main half because it was once whilst first released. the biggest switch is the addenda that used to be on the finish of the 4th variation. The addenda used to be a suite of corrections and additions to the paintings. we have now integrated the corrections and additions into the paintings itself removal the necessity for the addenda.

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Sometimes a member slips into alcoholism, mental depression or other forms of sickness. Sometimes a member will forget his vows and act wrongly towards another human being. Sometimes a member will cheat, steal, or wrong someone else. It has happened, much as we'd like to wish it had not. When it does, anti-Masons are quick to point out these shortcomings. Rather than extend a helping hand to someone who has stumbled or fallen, they'd rather mock and rejoice in the ill-fortune. ' Most people understand that you can not judge an entire organization by the actions of one member - particularly when that member is acting as an individual and not on behalf of the organization.

Part of his complaint also involved a perception that we were somehow denigrating leaders of the Southern US, something we don't believe we've done at all. We've chosen to not take the suggestion of this one individual the only person who has written wanting this in nearly three years. We believe that Masons, non-Masons, and anti-Masons all recognize that there can be a bad apple in every barrel. Masons feel badly about it; non-Masons accept it as a matter of course; anti-Masons gloat. While this page might give the latter group some cause for celebration, others should fully realize that we're not trying to hide our 'dirty laundry' as another of those 'Masonic secrets'.

2From a story in the September, 1998 Scottish Rite Journal of the Scottish Rite Southern US Masonic Jurisdiction. 3Judging Jehovahs' Witnesses - Religious Persecution and the Dawn of the Rights Revolution by Shawn Francis Peters, University Press of Kansas, 2000. Got a question about someone else? Drop us a note and we'll do our best to check it out for you.... Just click on "Prince, the Search Dog" to find things on our site. He's here on every page and he'll take you directly to our search form where you can see if we've written about whatever it is you're interested in.

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