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So convinced was Adams of the devilish and negative effects of Freemasonry in the affairs of men that the former President of the United States helped to found the Anti-Mason Political Party. In 1830, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on the Anti-Mason Party ticket. For years Adams carried on an active and heated literary and speaking campaign against Freemasonry. The classic book we have just reprinted, Letters on Freemasonry, contains important correspondence written by John Quincy Adams on the controversial subject of Freemasonry.we can see from the flyer that the local freemasons are once again pushing the youth angle. "if it closes its doors the youth of central louisiana will be greatly affected." writes sheldon reed this years local masonic grand poobah.
It was, I am convinced, his strong Christian faith and religious convictions, as well as his thirst for justice and his common sense, that ignited the intense desire in Adams not only to expose the falsehoods inherent in Freemasonry, but also his desire to discourage men of good will from joining or participating in what he clearly saw as an unethical, unscriptural, and unholy secret society. ~ read more
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