Tampa Bay, Florida - May 2010
Masons know that the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences are important to study. What some don’t know is why it is so critical for them to study them.
In “Building Athens,” volume three of the “Uncommon Catechism for Uncommon Masonic Education” series, Dr. Nagy shares 12 intriguing and enlightening Masonic Catechisms that outline in depth the very purpose of the Fellow Craft education. Well established nearly 2500 years ago, the training serving this purpose Raises Masons with a specific end in mind.
Dr. Nagy’s book reveals:
- The author of and inspiration for Fellow Craft Training.
- The purpose Fellow Craft training was intended to accomplish.
- The single most important word that denotes the difference between Fellow Crafts and Master Masons.
- A widow’s son whose life and death redefined what it means to be heroic.
- What should be known about the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences by every Mason.
- What truly Raises a Fellow Craft toward Mastery.
Dr. Nagy provides you with yet one more interesting and thought-provoking guide to improve and strengthen your Masonic awareness and clarity. He shares key information and insights that will help you better understand how facets of the second Degree fit together to help you in your Building efforts.
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