Masonic Service Association of North America
A Response to Critics of Freemasonry
A brochure responding to several of the alleged points of conflict between Freemasonry and Christian theology.
Facts About Freemasonry
Brochure answering many of the most frequently asked questions about the Fraternity.
Who are the Masons
An attractive easy to read introduction to Freemasonry.
Cornerstones: A Masonic Tradition of Dedication ... That Makes Sense Today
Jim Tresner prepared a brochure for the Grand Lodge of Oklahoma titled Cornerstones. From that original brochure (edited for general use) the Masonic Information Center was given permission to publish this booklet.
a Life: Thoughts on Freemasonry and Religion
12 page booklet discussing the relationship between Freemasonry and the religious community.
12 page, two color booklet designed to assist preparing submissions to the print
media; guidelines for approaching the electronic media; and how to develop a
16 page booklet showing pictures and explanations of symbols used in everyday
life and symbols used by Masons and Masonic-related organizations with explanations
about their origin and meaning.
16 page booklet describing the Masonic Fraternity and its purposes. Explains
what happens in Lodge meetings and answers many frequently asked questions about
by Art deHoyos and S. Brent Morris (forward and addendum by Jim Tresner). A response to some of the more virulent anti-Masons, this book takes on several of Masonry's critics and refutes their charges. For example, Albert Pike and the "Luciferian" doctrine; James Dayton Shaw's "expose" of Freemasonry; Ron Carlson's lectures on the "Evils of Freemasonry" - are all discussed and refuted on a point-by-point basis.
The 1997 Second Edition is updated with 100 pages of new material added.