Should Codebooks Be Allowed

Discussion in 'The Voting Booth' started by Blake Bowden, Sep 19, 2008.

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Should Codebooks Be Allowed

  1. Yes

    51 vote(s)
    70.8%
  2. No

    21 vote(s)
    29.2%
  1. RobertShaffer

    RobertShaffer Registered User

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    If you are having to learn work in many different jurisdictions, a code book is about the only way to help. F&AM's are not the same as AF&FM's, and every grand lodge is different in their work, depending on which grand lodge originally chartered the grand lodge.

    Robert D. Shaffer P.M.
     
  2. jbolt

    jbolt Registered User

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    Is it good for Masonary? Is question I have to ask myself...If it is a crutch and replaces knowing the work--no it is not good for Masonary. If it is used by a brother who wants to become more active and teach or work in degrees more--yes it is good for Masonary (provided the aid is never shown to a candidate of brought to lodge or incouraged over our auditory method of teaching)
     

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