Puritan Board Sophomore
Not if you covenanted to commit sin, as in taking part in a mass--oaths to sin are unlawful before God. As far the ex-Mason's oath, his oaths to masonism may be unlawful and therefore non-binding, but I fail to see the gain of an exposee. It seems like gratuitous provocation, and may give the masons an excuse to rail against him as a talebearer and covenant-breaker (although we regard the oath as unlawful, they do not).I certainly hope they are not all binding regardless. Do I have to go back to the RCC?