If he was given an Episcopalian burial along with masonic rights, then that means that he was a Mason, right?
Do Episcopalians believe that all mankind are sinners and that Jesus Christ is The Son of God and that Jesus Christ died for the sins of mankind and resurrected from the dead, defeated death, and is alive today, and that a person is only saved from one's sins and Hell by believing in Jesus Christ alone and that Jesus Christ is the only way to Heaven?
Yes, but can a Christian really be a Mason as well? Doesn't Masonry deny and contradict the clear teaching of Biblical Scripture on numerous issues and doesn't Masonry also require people to engage in activities which The Bible condemns? Yet some people will say that there are some people that are truly good and godly people and true believers in Jesus Christ that are also Freemasons. Yet these same people will also say that Freemasonry at its core is not a Christian organization and they recommend that a Christian should not be part of any organization with any connection to Freemasonry.
Just one last question, you said that XXXXX XXXXX belonged to several different churches. Can you identify the churches that XXXXX XXXXX belonged to? If you don't know all of them, can you please just list as many as you can? Thank you for your assistance.