Presenterer her noen aktuelle litterære verk som omtaler likheter og forskjeller mellom frimureri og speiding.
Utgivelses år: 2007
«Speiderbroder – Her er min hånd» er en artikkelsamling laget i forbindelse med Speidingens hundreårsjubileum i 2007. Boken forteller om likheter og forskjeller mellom speiding og frimureri.
Scouting & Fremasonry: two parallel organisations?
Forfatter: Tony Harvey
Utgivelses år: 2012
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Summary of the 2012 Prestonian Lecture
In the 2012 Prestonian Lecture I detail the numerous parallels between Freemasonry and Scouting, as well as three major differences. Inevitably the question arises whether the Founder of Scouting, Robert Baden-Powell, was a Freemason and I address not only that question but also ways in which Freemasonry may have influenced Scouting, examining the contributions of Masonic Scouters.
Moving on, I describe the role of the Kindred Lodges Association and the current and potential future relationships between Freemasonry and Scouting at national and local levels. I will give examples of how such relationships are working today. Finally I outline my personal vision of how Freemasonry and Scouting can be of help to each other as they both face challenges in our rapidly changing society.
The Prestonian Lecture presents a fresh and expanded coverage of my previous research, writing and talks on the topic of Scouting and Freemasonry. I bring up to date the existing material, outline the results of new research and describe how Lodges and Scout Groups are working together – as well as other recent events.
The Lecture is complemented by a published booklet that covers the ground in considerably more detail. The booklet is on sale at deliveries of the Lecture and through this website.
The Prestonian Lecturer for 2012