Learning came to be seen as the right and responsibility of all men, as Freemasons we are charged to study the seven liberal arts and sciences and to increase our own personal knowledge by doing so. But once we are out of school, how do we go about pursuing this personal education and enlightenment? You will find that it helps to have resources at your disposal and sifting through the massive amount of content that is available online, on television, and in your local library can be overwhelming. Here are several resources which I found that will aide in your studies.
If you enjoy being taught you will find on ROKU (the television streaming player) the channel, Lecture Kings (http://www.rokuguide.com/channels/lecture-kings-com). Lecture Kings provides videos of classroom instruction from Yale, Dallas Theological Seminary, and Missouri State University. Classes cover a wide range of topics, including politics, drama, physics,and theology. Sit in on a full semester of instruction for the classes of your choice. In addition to the universities, there is also a category that carries audio books from LibriVox.
If you are interested in College Lectures but don't have a ROKU box, check out these online resources:
If you want to further your knowledge of Freemasonry take the time to review the following:
http://www.matsol.info/ - Worldwide exemplification of Freemasonry
http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/ - Pietre-Stones Review of Freemasony
http://www.freemason.com – The Grand Lodge of Ohio Website
http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/ - The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and the Yukon Website
Of course, don’t forget:
Local Community Colleges