Faith in God and obedience to the moral and ethical law, whether this law is recognized from the Holy Scriptures or as written in the consciences of mankind, are basic requirements of the Masonic Fraternity. In recognizing the fundamentals of Christianity, no sectarian tests are required, and bigotry of every kind is discouraged.

See The Builder Magazine April 1916 for an article related to this subject by Bro. Geo. W. Warvelle, Illinois.

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