The Boy Who Cried Wolf: The Book That Breaks Masonic Silence

By: Thorn, Richard P.

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First edition. Inscribed and signed by author on front endpaper ('For Bob Zabel with best wishes, Richard P. Thorn, M.D.'). Review copy with publisher's slip laid in. 1994 Hard Cover. 243 pp. 8vo. As the religious right spreads its influence throughout the U.S., it is inevitable that some of its more provocative speakers should tread on the toes of other groups, both religious and nonreligious. In Thorn's case, the fundamentalists have met their match. Thorn attacks the critics of Masonry, showing where they err in their assumptions and providing some good insights into the nature of the Masons' secret society. He also draws on his own fundamentalist background to explain the theology behind the fundamentalist statements. Thorn acknowledges that he may not change anyone's mind, but he feels that Masonry stands at a crucial point and that its future may depend on how it meets the fundamentalist attack. This book is recommended for those interested in the influence and place of religion in the world.

Title: The Boy Who Cried Wolf: The Book That Breaks Masonic Silence

Author: Thorn, Richard P.

Categories: Religion, Signed, Review Copies, Freemasonry,

Publisher: New York, M. Evans & Company, Inc.: 1994

ISBN Number: 0871317605

ISBN Number 13: 9780871317605

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Inscription: Signed by author

Seller ID: 2200389

Keywords: FREEMASONS HISTORY MASONIC,