reemasonry is a subject that has attracted much discussion for centuries. Somehave accused Masonry of fantastic crimes and misdeeds. However, instead of try-ing to understand "the Brotherhood" and criticizing it objectively, critics have been un-duly hostile to the organization.This book contains a true exposition of Masonry as a school of thought. The most im-portant unifying influence among Masons is their philosophy—which can be best de-scribed according to such terms as "materialism" and "secular humanism." But, it is anerrant philosophy based on false suppositions and flawed theories, as you will see inthis book.In this book, the reader will also be presented with a summary of the history of theMasons’struggle against theistic religions. Freemasons have played an important rolein distancing Europe from religion, and in its place, founding of a new order based onthe philosophies of materialism and secular humanism. The reader will also see howMasonry has been influential in the imposition of these dogmas—and a social orderbased on them—on non-Western civilizations.After reading this book, the reader will be able to consider many aspects, from schoolsof philosophy to newspaper headlines, rock songs to political ideologies, with a deeperunderstanding, and better discern the meaning and aims behind events and factors.
he author, who writes under the pen-name Harun Yahya, wasborn in Ankara in 1956. He studied arts at Istanbul's Mimar Sinan University, and philosophy at Istanbul University. Since the1980s, the author has published many books on political, faith- re-lated and scientific issues. His main focus has been the refutationof Darwinism and materialism, two modern myths presented under a scientific guise. Greatly appreciated all around the world, theseworks have been instrumental in helping many to return their faithin God, and, in many others, to gain a deeper insight into their faith. Harun Yahya's books ap- peal to all kinds of readers, regardless of their age, race, or nationality, for they focus on oneobjective: to broaden the readers’perspective by encouraging them to think about a number of critical issues, such as the existence of God and His unity, and to display the decrepit foundations and perverted works of godless philosophies.