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Frequently; when a Mason joins a lodge, he is given a Masonic Bible. Typically it is iven to him by his sponsor. A Masonic Bible is the same Bible anyone thinks of as a Bible. Normally it is the King James vesion with the exception that there is joften a special page in the front on which to write the name of the person who is receiving it and the occasion for which it is given. Sometimes there is a special index or information section that shows the peson where in the Bible to find passages which are quoted in the masonic ritual. The Bible is normally given to the Mason when he becomes a Master Mason. At this time the Mason is entitled to wear the 3rd Degree Master Masonic ring.
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