Reading Morals and Dogma

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  1. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Awhile back I reported that I was reading Morals and Dogma. I refered to "slogging" my way through it, which was accurate, lol. I think that I may have actually understood 20%-25% of it and that is being generous. I have just started reading Morals and Dogma the Annotated Edition and I can already tell a world of difference! The notes of explanation accompanying the vast majority of pages make this book MUCH easier to read and understand. Now I am enjoying reading this and learning much more.
     
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  2. David Duke

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    That is good to know, I also "tried" reading the original version and it just went right over my head. It was like trying to read a completely different language.


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  3. Warrior1256

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    I certainly agree!
     
  4. otherstar

    otherstar Registered User

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    It is a difficult book to read, to be sure.
     
  5. imxbx

    imxbx Attach the Stone of Triumph Premium Member

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    Might have to pick up the annotated edition, but not sure my bookshelf can actually handle another 800+pg tome lol


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  6. MarkR

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    There's always room for just one more Masonic book.
     
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  7. Warrior1256

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    Just like with us gun enthusiasts you always need one more gun, lol.
     
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