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by Dr. John S. Nagy

  • Author: Dr. John S. Nagy
  • ISBN: 0979307058
  • ISBN13: 978-0979307058
  • ePub: 1443 kb | FB2: 1222 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Promethean Genesis Publishing; 1 edition (September 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 180
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 621
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Building Boaz - Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education - Volume 2 ePub download

Dr. Nagy s efforts have created an educational product which fills a void in today s Masonic literature

John Nagy has found this balance again in Building Boaz, the second volume in his Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education series. Building Boaz focuses on the symbolism of the Entered Apprentice degree using the Inquiry-Response format of the time honored Masonic catechism. Dr. Nagy s efforts have created an educational product which fills a void in today s Masonic literature. For hundreds of years, the Freemason s catechism has formed the backbone of the institution s moral instruction.

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Start by marking Building Boaz - Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education - Volume 2 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Within the pages of his book, Dr. John reveals connections to help Masons better understand: The background and Masonic significance of the location of King Solomon Temple.

Coach Nagy’s book Building Boaz is aptly described by his subtitle – Uncommon Catechism For Uncommon Masonic Education. Nagy has written twelve new catechisms for the Entered Apprentice. Nagy defines a catechism as a book or manual of basic instruction giving a brief summary of the basic principles of a subject, usuall. ecember 3, 2015. Building Boaz - Author John Nagy on Masonic Central.

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12 concise chapters of uncommon Masonic catechism with over 180 pages of quality information with footnotes and additional Masonic .

12 concise chapters of uncommon Masonic catechism with over 180 pages of quality information with footnotes and additional Masonic challenges throughout the book. Tampa Bay, Florida - September 2009.

Uncommon Masonic Education Book, DVD and Workshop based Series. Building Boaz - Volume 2: The 2nd in a series of Masonic Education volumes provided in Catechism form

Uncommon Masonic Education Book, DVD and Workshop based Series. Building Janus - Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education - Volume 4. Masonic Education on Steroids! This is unlike anything you have ever experienced before in Masonic Education. Building Boaz - Volume 2: The 2nd in a series of Masonic Education volumes provided in Catechism form.

DESCRIPTION: 12 concise chapters of uncommon Masonic Catechism with over 160 pages of quality information with footnotes and additional Masonic challenges throughout the book.

Join us on Masonic Central this Sunday as we meet and talk to Brother John Nagy who is the author of the new book Building Boaz – Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education

Join us on Masonic Central this Sunday as we meet and talk to Brother John Nagy who is the author of the new book Building Boaz – Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education. Once you start something, what do you do next? You take the next step of course but as with any journey into the unknown (or the unexplained) the question is where that next step should land. Building Boaz" is the exactly where the next step in becoming a Mason should take you. In his New book Br.

HIRAM Uncommon Catechism For Uncommon Masonic Education Building Hiram Uncommon Catechism . Summary: It is clear that Masonic Ritual borrowed much from the Volume of Sacred Law as a source to create the rich connections Masons enjoy today.

Publisher: Promethean Genesis Publishing. PO Box 636, Lutz FL 33548-0636. The mention of Wages within Ritual is one such borrowing. Corn, Wine and Oil are some, but not all, of the Wages mentioned in the Volume of Sacred Law.

What makes for really Strong Masons? What Strengthens them so they may continue to do long enduring Masonic Work? These are two of the many questions that Masonic author Dr. John S. Nagy set out to answer when he laid the Foundation for his new book, Building Boaz - Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education - Volume 2. With earnest effort, Dr. Nagy lays out a series of 12 informative Masonic Catechisms that tie together aspects of the First Degree in Masonry and point to the Strengthening Work Masons must complete before they can successfully progress toward other Degrees. What he personally uncovered as a result of this Work has changed his experience of Masonry. Within the pages of his book, Dr. John reveals connections to help Masons better understand: * The background and Masonic significance of the location of King Solomon Temple. * How Masons actually Strengthen the connections required for all future Work to succeed and last. * Meanings behind the checkered pavement, Jacob's Ladder and other symbols used within the first Masonic degree that assist in Entered Apprentice Work. *The connection between the Square and Compasses and its significance in the Work of all Masons. * The specific Work Entered Apprentices must do to Properly Prepare to be Passed to the next Degree. Dr. Nagy provides Masons with an interesting and thought-provoking guide to improve and strengthen their Masonic awareness and clarity. He shares key information and insights that helps readers better understand how facets of the first Masonic Degree fit together to help them in their Building. This is a must have book for Entered Apprentice Masons and all those Masons who mentor them.
Xtani
This series of highly intellectual books would make a wonderful addition to the spiritual canon of Freemasonry if not for one thing: Its author is not truly a Mason and that is by his own definition. Certainly, he has paid his dues and belongs to the physical fraternity of Freemasonry, but he has never truly entered that spiritual building not made with hands and is no Mason. How do I know this? I have seen this man turn away those in need of a Brother's hand in favor of the Country-Club and Rolodex crowd who give him speaking engagements and buy his books. I have seen him slander and berate his Brothers. One is not supposed to engage in Freemasonry with mercenary motives (gain, fame and profit) and this man definitely has done so. So, buy these books of hypocrisy is your thing. Meanwhile, know that REAL Masons are out there, and we don't do the "Masonry For Fame and Fortune" bit. This guy does.
Nikohn
Bro. Nagy. I love these collection of books written about Freemasonry. Travel Light my brother.
Burgas
My Brothers:

This is the book and series is for you if: You wish to Improve Yourself; Your Lodge; Your Life. Never before has a book or series had such a Major Impact. Work on that perfect ashler within yourself for what the Creator had in mind.
The Author will not stear you wrong.

The Labrador
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