Another, rather philosophical question I would like to ask.
*Belief in a supreme being/deity (No details required about said being/deity)
*Flying spaghetti monster
*A devil god
“You must be pure in heart. Put away evil thoughts of every kind. If you have done anyone wrong, seek honestly to correct it.”
Belief in a supreme being/deity means that the supreme being/deity created the universe; including both good and evil. Therefore, the supreme being/deity can NOT be all good. This being said, a man who believes in a supreme being/deity, of good will and accord, will be a conflict of interest if the man is purely evil. For instance, if a man believed in Molech, wouldn’t his belief
Masonry implies if not states that all the gods of different religions is essentially the one in the same. Therefore, the god of the bible, molech, and other gods of both good nature and evil nature are the same one; dual nature. So, would that mean if a man who’s personal god had a creed of committing evil acts, still be technically compatible with masonry, or be a conflict of interest and contradiction?
The term “pure” if used in a religious sense, would be contradictory to masonry in the same sense that masonry declares itself as not a religion or religious institution.
*Great architect of the universe
The following are examples, all equal, and one in the same:
-The horned god of witchcraft
There would be no way of proving or disproving that the autotheist did or did not create the universe, and manifested himself as human. This was just something I’ve been pondering through the technicalities and philosophy. I would also like to thank you gentlemen for your replies.