Brad Felmey
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  • Weatherford, TX
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Luis Rivas Aug 7, 2013. 2 Replies

Greetings.My name is Brad Felmey and I've lived my entire life in a little town just west of Fort Worth, TX.I have been active civically and politically for most of my life. I'm a past master and…Continue

 

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Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Hmmm, I guess that might be dependent upon the jurisdiction. Here the moment you're raised you're a Master Mason, and it's that simple. You can eventually be suspended if the work isn't completed within a certain period of time,…"
Sep 17
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"I'm sorry to hear that, Shawn, but you do get to attend his funeral as a MM. I'm glad your friend is no longer suffering."
Sep 16
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"And to be clear, Masons CANNOT ask someone to join. We are prohibited from doing so. Anyone who wishes to join must ask to do so. We can lead a horse to water, so to speak, but we can't invite."
Sep 12
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Hi, Nick. While I suppose it's actually possible that you don't know any Masons, I suspect that the case is you don't know THAT someone you know is a Mason. In either case, cold-calling is totally acceptable. I know some very good men…"
Sep 12
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Welcome, Bro. Parrott!"
Sep 11
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Welcome, Dean!"
Sep 10
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Congratulations! Phil is right - giving the gift to the next brother by participating in degree work is very rewarding to most of us. Enjoy!"
Aug 11
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"You didn't sound that way at all. :)"
Jul 30
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Charles, I'm given to understand that you'll find a brother running the site, too. :) Shawn, some lodges really struggle with getting the people they need all at the same time due to personal commitments. The Master's degree is a lot…"
Jul 30
Brad Felmey replied to Ricky's discussion Gay Freemasons in the group Freemasonry
"Precedence and superimposition are different things. One you get to do for yourself. The other you don't get to do for others. It's clear that you're convinced being gay is a prima facie character flaw. It's clear that I believe…"
Apr 9
Brad Felmey replied to Ricky's discussion Gay Freemasons in the group Freemasonry
"I think the context is dead-on. Freemasonry isn't "liberal" nor "conservative". It's Freemasonry. It's about character, period. It is you who have defined homosexuality as a character flaw. You get to do that on…"
Apr 8
Brad Felmey replied to Ricky's discussion Gay Freemasons in the group Freemasonry
"Masonry is not Christian. It is also not Muslim. It is self-importance to overlay your personal religious convictions across Masonry and declare anything that doesn't fit your criteria to be unsuitable. It is exactly this same attitude which…"
Apr 8
Brad Felmey replied to Ricky's discussion Gay Freemasons in the group Freemasonry
"In my particular lodge they are very thorough, and pure numbers of any kind, be they membership count or dues, have absolutely no influence on their reports."
Apr 8
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"That's superb. You should be very proud. On to FC indeed. :)"
Apr 8
Brad Felmey replied to Ricky's discussion Gay Freemasons in the group Freemasonry
"This matters about as much to me as if he were black, which is to say not at all. I'm in Texas, so I'll let you guess how prevalent this particular viewpoint isn't. Does he have good character? THAT matters to me."
Apr 8
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Easy peasy. Just do the best you can. At least in these parts there's no limit on the number of times you can try to turn in the work, just that it's done within a year."
Mar 27

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