Originally Posted by KSigMason
In the York Rite, we do pray specifically to Christ as the York Rite is for the most part a Christian-oriented branch of Freemasonry.
Freemasonry is not a religion so it does exist for the salvation of your soul. It leaves that up to your individual faith.
Ah, dude, the York Rite is a branch of Freemasonry, so, therefore, if this branch of FREEMASONRY prays specifically to Christ this makes Freemasonry a religion.
You sound confused above and below.
You say that Freemasonry is not a religion so it DOES exist for the salavation of your soul, but leaves that up to your individual faith.
Individual faith equals religion.
You say that FREEMASONRY exists for the salvation of your soul.
Salvation of soul equals religion.
Again, you sound confused.