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A Pilgrim's Path: Freemasonry and the Religious Right Hardcover – October 14, 1993
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The second part of the book offers suggestions for the continuity of the craft and details the charitable works of Freemasonry. Robinson offers several recommendations for new membership and in getting existing members to return to meetings. His explanation of the charity shown by Freemasons to Masonic families and non-Masons alike demonstrates the truly charitable nature of the fraternity.
This book has caused me to delve deeper into the history of Freemasonry and I've just purchased Robinson's other two books.
While not a "tell all" or an encyclopedia of all things Masonry (for that I'd highly recommend Freemasonry for Dummies, another wonderful book) this is basically an excellent introduction to the Craft and a perfect book for anyone interested in joining or even for the spouse or significant other of a Mason or Mason-to-be. You needn't worry about learning too much or being bogged down with every detail with this book and it's perfect for anyone looking to join or related to someone who is (or wants to become) a member of the Craft.
If you are interested in learning some of history of Freemasonry, what it is, and how it's affected America, look no further. As mentioned, if you want to know the whole "nuts and bolts" of Freemasonry and are looking for an encyclopedia of the subject, be sure to also read Freemasonry for Dummies.
It should be noted that at the time of writing this book, Mr. Robinson was NOT a Mason. I found this to be preferable. He's simply someone who researched and wrote about his un-biased findings while helping to clear up various myths, half truths and outright lies regarding Freemasonry.
I would definitely recommend it and I'm currently getting ready to read his other book on the subject, "Born in Blood".