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Experiences of and attitudes to freemasonry (1221)

Type of Data: Experiences of and attitudes to freemasonry (1221)

Faith Community: Christianity (Church of England)

Date: 2004, October-November

Geography: England

Sample Size: 576 (64% response)

Population: Church of England archdeacons, area deans, rural deans, deans and bishops' advisers in the deliverance ministry

Keywords: Cathedrals, clergy, freemasonry, ministry

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Caroline Windsor

Survey Instrument: Windsor, Freemasonry and the Ministry, pp. 188-91

Published Source:

  • Caroline Windsor, Freemasonry and the Ministry: An Anthology of the Personal Experiences of, and Attitudes to, Freemasonry Within the Church, Penzance: Concilium Publications, 2005
  • Tania ap Sion, Leslie John Francis, and Caroline Windsor, 'How Anglican Clergy Perceive Freemasonry: Complementary System, Incompatible Enemy, or Harmless Eccentricity', Journal of Contemporary Religion, Vol. 26, 2011, pp. 225-43
  • Tania ap Sion and Caroline Windsor, 'Freemasonry through the Eyes of Anglican Clergy: Insights from Implicit Religion?', Implicit Religion, Vol. 15, 2012, pp. 339-55

    BRIN ID: 1221


    518 of the respondents were archdeacons, area deans, and rural deans

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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