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Christianity is based on faith in God, while Masonry relies on trust and brotherhood.

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Question: what are the key differences between Christians and Masons?

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Christians and Masons have some similarities, but there are some significant differences between the two. From a theological perspective, Christianity is centered on the belief in and worship of Jesus Christ as the one and only Son of God and savior of mankind, while Masonry is not a religion or faith and does not place emphasis on any particular deity. From an organizational point of view, Christianity is organized into denominations with ordained clergy while Masonry is a fraternal organization with elected leaders. A Christian seeks to understand the divine will through scripture and prayer and to live accordingly, while a Mason seeks to understand the moral law governing human relationships. From a moral standpoint, Christianity teaches that human beings must strive to live according to the teachings of Jesus Christ and seek to love God and neighbor, while Masons strive to practice tolerance and brotherly love among all people. From a social perspective, Christian churches embrace community-building activities and charity, while Masons are more focused on self-improvement and service to others.

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Feb. 25, 2023, 7 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, February 25, 2023