The Masonic Roundtable – 158 – Conduct In and Out of Lodge

Are there differences in how Masons behave inside and outside of the doors of a tiled Lodge? Should there be? This week, the Hosts of The Masonic Roundtable welcome special guest Bro. Jason Charles Miller, member of Reseda Lodge No. 666, musician, and voice-over artist, as they discuss Masonic conduct within and without the Lodge room!

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The Masonic Roundtable – 0157 – Masonic Trials

How does the old saying go? “Once a Mason, always a Mason?” Sometimes that’s not entirely true. In the rare case that a Mason has unbecoming conduct, how does the fraternity deal with his indiscretions in a fair and judicial manner? This week, we’ll talk about the jurisdictional differences in Masonic Trials.

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The Masonic Roundtable – 0154 – Morality

Is it possible for an institution to enforce a moral code and remain inherently non-sectarian? This week, the hosts of The Masonic Roundtable dive into philosophy as they discuss the concept of Masonic morality through the lenses of moral relativism and moral absolutism.

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The Masonic Roundtable – 0153 – Initiation Into Manhood

Happy third birthday to The Masonic Roundtable! This week, we’ve got some sad news to share but we’re also going to revisit one of our favorite topics: initiation. This time, we’re viewing the Masonic intiatic experience through the lens of manhood in America and the process by which we use the Masonic initiatory experience as a rite of passage into manhood, drawing heavily from the works of poet Robert Bly.

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