What we're about

This group meets monthly to discuss subjects of import to humanity and how it relates to Freemasonry. From philosophy and religion to science, history, and politics, this study center debates any subject under the sun in the hope to understand the world and one’s self in it.

Universal Freemasonry is a fraternity including men and women of every race, nationality, and religion. Wishing to do away with all cause for division and strife, it continually seeks the means which to help all human beings to unite and work together for the perfecting of Humanity.

Any person who is a freethinker, tolerant and open, and who seeks rational discourse is invited to attend and learn more about one’s self, the world, the universe, and Freemasonry.

Upcoming events (2)

Is a belief in reincarnation beneficial or detrimental?

Berger Park Cultural Center

May's topic will be conducted by Brother Sandy McKeown on a study of Freemasonry: Is a belief in reincarnation beneficial or detrimental? After a short lecture, a discussion and debate by the group will follow. Reincarnation is Latin in foundation and translates to "to take on the flesh again." Leaving one life and go into another

Do Good and Evil really exist?

Berger Park Cultural Center

June's topic will be conducted by Brother Doyle Slack on a study of Freemasonry: Do Good and Evil really exist? After a short lecture, a discussion and debate by the group will follow. In religion, ethics, and philosophy, the concept of "good and evil" is a dichotomy which appears to be universal. Every language has a word expressing good in the sense of "having the right or desirable quality" and bad in the sense "undesirable." But who decides what is “good” and what is “evil?” A requirement of becoming a Freemason is that one is upright - having a strong moral compass. We will discuss differing viewpoints of whether “good” and “evil” truly exist and how they relate to the concept of morality. Mission Statement The Masonic Philosophical Society embraces the concept of learning, not for school, but for life, and believes that all men, who seek it, deserve access to continued education. We further embrace the concept of a community environment, where ideas can be shared and debated in an open forum. From the seven liberal arts to the arcane, we seek to gain and to share the knowledge that is the legacy of mankind. More Resources Website: http://www.philosophicalsociety.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/masonicphilosophicalsociety Learn more about Freemasonry: http://www.universalfreemasonry.org

Past events (52)

What can the life and work of Caravaggio teach us?

Berger Park Cultural Center

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