I am a Christian but I am a Freemasons, Eastern Star, a member of a Sorority, and Fratboy.
This evening we discussed the spiritual implications of Secret Societies, more notable the ones listed in the title but just a note to self any organization that one has taken an oath or a pledge to you have are now in agreement with the deity, demigod, demon, Nephilim, and the demonic power structure behind it. The most populous of these organizations are the Freemasons. They have over 1500 chapters and its accommodation offshoots for women are the Eastern Stars. We will talk about where they emanated, their secrets, and how they are spiritually incompatible with Christianity.
When the descendants of African slaves were not allowed to join these organizations they founded their own. Prince Hall Freemasonry is the oldest recognized and continuously active organization founded by African Americans. Prince Hall Freemasonry had its beginnings on March 6, 1775, when Prince Hall (ca. 1748-1807), an abolitionist and civil rights activist, along with fourteen other free black men were initiated into freemasonry. These men later organized African Lodge No. 1 on July 3, 1775. In 1784 they petitioned the Grand Lodge of England for a charter; it was granted and African Lodge No. 1 became African Lodge No. 459 of Boston, Massachusetts. This organization laid the foundation for African American citizenship, education, and the improvement of the condition of blacks.
Let’s look at scriptures first and see what the bible says about congregating and giving allegiance to other entities. Remember the demonic is always looking for a legal right to have access to your life and even greater your family. Just as God is a generational God based on principles and statutes and his relation characteristics, the kingdom of darkness emulates this pattern.
2nd Corinthians 6:14 KJV Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk-in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
Matthew 7:21-23 ESV
21 â€œNot everyone who says to me, â€˜Lord, Lord,â€™ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. 22 On that day many will say to me, â€˜Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?â€™ 23 And then will I declare to them, â€˜I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.
Isn’t this what the world recommends
James 4:4 KJV whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.
God will not share his Lordship with other deities
Matthew 6:24 KJV No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.
1 Cor. 10:21-22 KJV
â€œYe cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils: ye cannot be partakers of the Lordâ€™s table, and of the table of devils. Do we provoke the Lord to jealousy? are we stronger than he?â€
The Delta Kappa Epsilon coat of arms. One can easily notice the all-seeing eye and the Egyptian winged sun disk symbol.
Freemasonry, the teachings and practices of the fraternal (men-only) order of Free and Accepted Masons, the largest worldwide secret societyâ€”an oath-bound society, often devoted to fellowship, moral discipline, and mutual assistance, that conceals at least some of its rituals, customs, or activities from the public (secret societies do not necessarily conceal their membership or existence). Spread by the advance of the British Empire, Freemasonry remains most popular in the British Isles and in other countries originally within the empire. Estimates of the worldwide membership of Freemasonry in the early 21st century ranged from about two million to more than six million.
Freemasonry evolved from the guilds of stonemasons and cathedral builders of the Middle Ages. With the decline of the cathedral building, some lodges of operative (working) masons began to accept honorary members to bolster their declining membership. From a few of these lodges developed modern symbolic or speculative Freemasonry, which particularly in the 17th and 18th centuries adopted the rites and trappings of ancient religious orders and of chivalric brotherhoods. In 1717 the first Grand Lodge, an association of lodges, was founded in England.
Freemasonry has, almost from its inception, encountered considerable opposition from organized religion, especially from the Roman Catholic Church, and from various states. Freemasonry is not a Christian institution, though it has often been mistaken for such. Freemasonry contains many of the elements of a religion; its teachings enjoin morality, charity, and obedience to the law of the land. In most traditions, the applicant for admission is required to be an adult male, and all applicants must also believe in the existence of a Supreme Being and in the immortality of the soul. In practice, some lodges have been charged with prejudice against Jews, Catholics, and nonwhites. Generally, Freemasonry in Latin countries has attracted those who question religious dogma or who oppose the clergy (see anticlericalism), whereas in the Anglo-Saxon countries the membership is drawn largely from among white Protestants. The modern French tradition, founded in the 19th century and known as Co-Freemasonry or Le Droit Humain, admits both women and men.
In most lodges in most countries, Freemasons are divided into three major degreesâ€”entered apprentice, fellow of the craft, and master mason. In many lodges there are numerous degreesâ€”sometimes as many as a thousandâ€”superimposed on the three major divisions; these organizational features are not uniform from country to country.
In addition to the main bodies of Freemasonry derived from the British tradition, there are also a number of appendant groups that are primarily social or recreational in character, having no official standing in Freemasonry but drawing their membership from the higher degrees of the society. They are especially prevalent in the United States. Among those known for their charitable work are the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine (the â€œShrinersâ€). In Britain and certain other countries there are separate lodges restricted to women. In addition, female relatives of master masons may join the Order of the Eastern Star, which is open to both women and men; boys may join the Order of DeMolay or the Order of the Builders; and girls may join the Order of Jobâ€™s Daughters or the Order of the Rainbow. English Masons are forbidden to affiliate with any of the recreational organizations or quasi-Masonic societies, on pain of suspension.
1. The Freemasons Are the Oldest Fraternal Organization in the World.
2. Freemason Symbols Arenâ€™t What You Think.
- Some say the G stands for geometry, others say itâ€™s God, a critical field to the first Freemasons, while others believe it represents God, the â€œGrand Architect of the Universe.â€ The Square and Compasses remain a popular symbol on Masonic rings.
2. Thereâ€™s another, lesser-known Masonic symbol drawn from nature: the beehive. â€œMasons were originally working men who were supposed to be as busy as bees,â€ says Jacob. â€œAnd the beehive symbolizes the industriousness of the lodge.â€
3. Yes, There Is a Freemason Handshake. Several, Actually.
1. Freemasons greet one another with a variety of handshakes, all based on oneâ€™s rank within the organization. â€œThere is a handshake for each degree: Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master, i.e., the first three degrees and also in the higher degrees,â€ says RÃ©vauger. â€œEach rite has its own handshakes, so there is quite a variety. They are used during Masonic ceremonies.â€
4. The Catholic Church Forbids Members from Being Freemasons.
While Freemasonry is not itself a religion, all its members believe in a Supreme Being, or “Grand Architect of the Universe.â€ Members come from many faiths, but one denomination in particular bars any crossover. The Catholic Church first condemned Freemasonry in 1738, prompted by concern over Masonic temples and the secret rituals performed within them. In the 19th century, the Vatican even called the Masons “the Synagogue of Satan.”
The Church went even further in 1983, declaring: â€œTheir principles have always been considered irreconcilable with the doctrine of the Church and therefore membership in them remains forbidden. The faithful who enroll in Masonic associations are in a state of grave sin and may not receive Holy Communion.”
5. Freemasons Inspired Americaâ€™s First Political Third Party.
In the realm of politics, the first third party in the United States, the Anti-Masonic Party, formed in 1828 in response to fears that the group was growing too secretive and powerful. Many of its members touted conspiracy theories about the Freemasons, with some leaders claiming that an infamous murder of the time had occurred at the hands of the Masons, in an effort to keep to keep the victim from revealing the organizationâ€™s secrets.
6. Itâ€™s Still a Boysâ€™ Clubâ€¦Mostly.
Traditionally, Freemason membership has only been open to men. In the groupâ€™s â€œ1723 Constitutions,â€ a kind of guidebook to the organization by James Anderson, written under the aegis of the Grand Lodge of England, women and atheists were excluded along with enslaved people.
Now, â€œmasons come from all walks of life, provided they can afford to pay the annual subscription,â€ says RÃ©vauger. But while women are allowed to join an affiliated organization called The Order of the Eastern Star, and some lodges recognize female members, â€œfreemasonry is not as universal as it claims, since in many countriesâ€¦women and atheists are still excluded.â€ In the U.S. and Europe, it can vary city to city, lodge to lodge.
Since there is no national organization in the United States, â€œgrand lodges in each state are a court of last resort,â€ says Jacob. This has led to some .5
7. Famous Freemasons Are Everywhere.
Famous Freemasons can be found throughout history: George Washington was a Master Mason, and Benjamin Franklin was a founding member of the first Masonic Lodge in America. Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Gerald Ford were Masons, as was Prime Minister of Great Britain Winston Churchill.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Davy Crockett, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole, Henry Ford, Paul Robeson, and astronaut Buzz Aldrin were also Freemasons.
The Structure Of American Freemasonry
Order of the Knights Templar
Order of the Knights of Malta
Order of the Red Cross
Super Excellent Master
Royal Arch Mason
Most Excellent Master
33rd Grand Sovereign Inspector General
32 Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret
31Â» Inspector Inquisitor
30: Knight Kadosh
29th Grand Scottish Knight of St. Andrew
28th Knight of the Sun, Adept
27th Knight Commander of the Temple
26th Prince of Mercy
25th Knight of the Brazen Serpent
24th Prince of the Tabernacle
23rd Chief of the Tabernacle
22nd Knight of the Royal Axe
21% Noachite or Russian Knight
20: Master, Symbolic Lodge
18th Knight Rose Croix
17th Knight of the East & West
16th Prince of Jerusalem
15th Knight of the Sword
14th Perfect Elu
13th Royal Arch of Solomon
12t Master Architect
11th Elu of Twelve
10th Elu of Fifteen
9th Elu of Nine
8th Intendent of Building
7e Provost and Judge
6th Confidential Secretary
5th Perfect Master
4th Secret Master
34 Master Mason
1s Entered Apprentice
Greek Letter Organizations
Today there are over 1500 fraternities and sororities in existence that use Greek letters in their name. Many Greek organizations are informally known more by their nicknames than their Greek letters.
- Roughly 750,000 of the current fraternity and sorority members are students who belong to an undergraduate chapter.
2According to BlackGreek.com, there are nine historically Black Greek Letter organizations (BGLOs) that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council. Also known as the divine 9
3. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity | Founded 1906, Cornell University
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority* | Founded 1908, Howard University
- Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity* | Founded 1911, Indiana University
- Omega Psi Phi Fraternity* | Founded 1911, Howard University
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority* | Founded 1913, Howard University
- Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity* | Founded 1914, Howard University
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority* | Founded 1920, Howard University
- Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority | Founded 1922, Butler University
- Iota Phi Theta Fraternity | Founded 1963, Morgan State University
- Single-sex membership
- Selection of new members on the basis of a two-part vetting and probationary process known as rushing and pledging
- Ownership and occupancy of a residential property where undergraduate members live
- A set of complex identification symbols that may include Greek letters, armorial achievements, ciphers, badges, grips, hand signs, passwords, flowers, and colors
Fraternities and sororities engage in philanthropic activities, host parties, provide “finishing” training for new members such as instruction on etiquette, dress, and manners, and create networking opportunities for their newly graduated members.
Fraternities and sororities can be tax-exempt 501(c)(7) organizations in the United States.
Fraternities and sororities have been widely criticized for practicing elitism and favoritism, discriminating against non-white students and other marginalized groups, conducting dangerous hazing rituals, and facilitating alcohol abuse. Fraternities specifically have been further criticized for encouraging misogynistic behavior and perpetrating sexual violence. Many colleges and universities have sought to reform or eliminate Greek life due to these concerns, but these efforts have typically been met with intense controversy.
2nd Corinthians 6:14 KJV Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel? And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people”.
Deities they pledge to
- Phi Beta Sigma was associated with Athena, in Greek religion and mythology, one of the most important Olympian false gods.
- Kappa Alpha Psi is associated with Thoth which is the name given by the Greeks to the Egyptian god Djeheuty. Thoth was the god of wisdom, inventor of writing, patron of scribes and the divine mediator.
- Alpha Kappa Alpha is associated with Atlas. In Greek mythology, a Titan a Nephilim
- Omega Psi Phi is associated with Anubis. Anubis is the Egyptian mythological false god with the head of a jackal.
- Sigma Gamma Rho refers to Maâ€™at as its inspiration. She is a goddess who was the female counterpart of Thoth. Its emblem has a skull with swords crossed through it which is normally associated with death.
- Iota Phi Theta is associated with the Centaur which in Greek mythology was a race of creatures, part horse and part man.
- Delta Sigma Theta is associated with the Roman goddess Minerva. The Greek version of Minerva is called Athena. Celebrations and altars were utilized for this false goddess. The Deltas have this quote: â€œQuestion: What is the ultimate goal, then? Answer: Wisdom! The college-educated woman seeks to become wise rather than smart. That is why MINERVA, the Goddess of Wisdom, is our Sorority mentor.â€
AKAs are quoted as saying: â€œâ€¦To thee O Alpha Kappa Alpha! We pledge our hearts, our minds our strength. To foster their teachings, obey thy Laws and make thee supreme in service to all mankindâ€ (from pg. 39 of their ritual book).
Some of these groups knell on shrines to a false god. For example, pg. 14 of the ritual book of Kappa Alpha Psi states: â€œâ€¦The Altar of Kappa Alpha Psi, which is the sacred Delphic Shrine, shall be placed in the center of the room and covered with a crimson and crown coverlet.â€ The Delphic Shrine was used as the shrine of the false god of Apollo (in the Greek polytheistic religion).
A page from the Pi Kappa Alpha ritual bookA page from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon ritual book. Notice the statue of Minerva.
The Greek system seemingly mimics the structure of Freemasonry. The following quote is revealing as to the Masonic origins of the Greek system. Quoted from the Candidate Syllabus of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority of 1990 (page 30): â€œThe most direct line of descent from Greek societies to America is the Freemasons (called Masons). Historians of American fraternities and sororities trace most of our rituals, ceremonies, and rites to the Masons. An examination of Masonic rituals open to the scholars suggests that our Founders were also influenced by Masonic ritual, symbolism and initiation experiences.â€
It doesnâ€™t take much research to discover the god of Freemasonry is not Jesus Christ but another god, namely lucifer.
Christians who are Masons or Frat or Sorority members
Beta Sigma Psi
Beta Sigma Psi, the oldest Christian fraternity, was founded as a national fraternity for Lutheran students in 1925 at the University of Illinois, home to the largest Greek system in the United States. The fraternity had its origins in the concerns of Rev. Frederick William Gustav Stiegemeyer, the son of a Lutheran pastor, who had been entrusted with the spiritual care of Lutheran students at the University. In the fall of 1919, he organized the Lutheran Illini League with a nucleus of ten students. At that time their intention was to meet once or twice a week for religious instruction and discussion on contemporary issues. In the fall of 1920, now with twenty members, the Lutheran Illini League rented a house, and in early 1921 reorganized as the Concordia Club. By 1923 the group regularly participated in campus activities; so much so that they began being referred to as the “Concordia Fraternity.” On April 17, 1925, incorporation papers were filed for Beta Sigma Psi National Lutheran Fraternity in Springfield, Illinois. By 1970, Beta Sigma Psi had grown to eighteen chapters. The fraternity had ten active chapters as of 2016.
Alpha Gamma Omega
Alpha Gamma Omega was established in 1927 at UCLA. The fraternity suffered a decline in chapters and membership before experiencing extensive national growth starting in 1987. As of 2020 it had sixteen active chapters.
Sigma Theta Epsilon
Sigma Theta Epsilon is the result of the merger of two local Methodist-affiliated fraternities in 1941: Phi Tau Theta, founded in 1925, and Sigma Epsilon Theta, founded in 1936 at Indiana University. The merged fraternity was initially called Delta Sigma Theta, but the name was changed to Sigma Theta Epsilon in 1949 when a national sorority that was already using the name Delta Sigma Theta threatened legal action.
By the late 1950s, Sigma Theta Epsilon had grown to over twenty chapters. However, its numbers began to decline at the end of the 1960s. The fraternity became non-denominational in 1968. Down to only three chapters by the 1980s, Sigma Theta Epsilon began chartering new chapters again in 1988. The fraternity had twelve active chapters during the 2000s, but as of 2016 had only three active chapters.
Late 20th century
At the same time that the historic Christian fraternities were beginning to rebound from their declining numbers, other groups of Christian fraternities developed, with the rise of the Evangelical Christian movement. The largest, Beta Upsilon Chi, directly led to the founding of three other Christian Greek letter organizations. The second largest, Alpha Nu Omega, was founded three years later.
The Texas Movement
Origins in Austin
Beta Upsilon Chi was founded in 1985 on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin followed by Gamma Phi Delta in 1988, while Kappa Upsilon Chi was founded in 1993 on the campus of Texas Tech University.
Beta Upsilon Chi founders declared it to be an alternative to the stereotypical fraternal lifestyle and set its purpose as “establishing brotherhood and unity among college men, based upon the common bond of Jesus Christ.” Though originally conceived as a local Christian fraternity, efforts from Christian students at neighboring Texas schools convinced the founders of BYX to initiate new members and open new chapters. In 1989, BYX leaders initiated men from Texas Christian University to establish the Beta chapter of Beta Upsilon Chi. As of 2017, Beta Upsilon Chi is the largest Christian social fraternity in the United States.
In 1993, Kappa Upsilon Chi was founded by four men who led Christian college ministries, some of whom graduated and entered into the ministry. The Alpha class contained some members formerly of Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity at Texas Tech. The fraternity sought to be a social alternative for Christian men. While it originally had no intentions of expanding, the fraternity grew rapidly.
Expansion to women
In 1988, three years after Beta Upsilon Chi was founded, women from Texas established Sigma Phi Lambda, or Sisters for the Lord. This women’s Christian sorority was heavily modeled on BYX and is considered by many to be its sister sorority. However, the Texas Tech chapter of Sigma Phi Lambda is primarily associated with Kappa Upsilon Chi.
As Beta Upsilon Chi inspired Sigma Phi Lambda‘s establishment, Kappa Upsilon Chi inspired the establishment of Theta Alpha and Delta Alpha Chi, two separate Christian sororities established in Florida.
Fifty-five chapters of Christian Greek letter organizations (GLO) trace their roots to the Texas Movement. Beta Upsilon Chi and Sigma Phi Lambda both began in 1985.
BYX, with thirty-eight chapters in Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, Missouri, Florida, Louisiana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama, Michigan, North Carolina and Indiana, remains the largest Christian fraternity in the United States.
Mississippi was the first state to offer a Christian fraternity at all of its comprehensive four-year universities.
Alpha Nu Omega
Alpha Nu Omega, Incorporated was founded in 1988 on the campus of Morgan State University. Its organizational purpose is to “present a Christian alternative to the students and or faculty on college/university campuses, to minister to the needs of the whole person (spirit, soul, and body), and to promote an attitude of academic excellence among its members.” Alpha Nu Omega is established as far north as New York, as far south as Florida, and as far west as Ohio. While most chapters are located at historically African-American colleges and universities, the organization does not consider itself an African-American Christian organization and welcomes all ethnicities.
The organization exists as one organization but operates as two distinct entities: a fraternity and sorority. The two are bound by one constitution. As of 2016, 16 chapters were active.
Other Christian fraternities were founded during the second wave of the fraternal movement of the late 20th century and early 21st.
- Alpha Delta Gamma in 1924, founded at Loyola University Chicago in the Catholic Christian tradition
- Phi Kappa Theta in 1957, founded at The Ohio State University in the Catholic Christian tradition
- Chi Alpha Omega in 1987, founded on the campus of East Carolina University
- Gamma Phi Delta in 1988, founded on the campus of University of Texas at Austin
- Alpha Nu Omega also in 1988, founded on the campus of Morgan State University
- Alpha Omega (Co-ed) in 1994, founded on the campus of Western Michigan University
- Delta Omicron Gamma in 1998, founded on the campus of University of Tennessee at Martin
- Men of God in 1999, founded on the campus of Texas Tech University when a group of men talked about God at a Step Show. MOG performs a yearly Step Show filled with mimes, dancers, and singers in honor of their beginning. MOG has grown, as have other second-wave Christian fraternities, but it prefers to remain small. Unlike other groups, they limit the number of men that can join each chapter. They feel this enables them to witness and disciple more effectively.
- Gamma Psi Lambda in 1999, founded on the campus of Fort Valley State University Gamma Psi Lambda started off as a Christian Fraternity but under the unction of the Holy Spirit they became a Co-Ed Christian Fraternal Organization
- Alpha Iota Omega in 1999, founded on the campus of University of North Carolina
- Lambda Sigma Phi in 2001, founded on the campus of the University of Alabama
- Mu Omicron Gamma in 2001, founded on the campus of Old Dominion University
- Alpha Omega Theta in 2002, founded in St. Louis, Missouri
- Phi Gamma Gamma Christian Service Fraternity in 2002, founded at Virginia Tech
- Kappa Phi Epsilon in 2004, founded on the campus of University of Florida
- Mu Lambda Psi in 2004, founded on the campus of California State University Northridge
- Delta Phi Xi in 2007, founded on the campus of Tarleton State University
- Phi Omega Sigma in 2004, founded on the campus of Missouri State University
- Theta Chi Gamma Christian Fellowship in 2008, founded in Phoenix, Arizona
- Phi Eta Chi Christian Fraternity & Sorority in 2010, founded in Houston, Texas
Alpha Omega was founded in 1994 by Donyll Lewis on the campus of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The vision of Alpha Omega is based on Revelation 1:8 and the question, “Why join a man-made fraternity when the body of Christ is the largest fraternity in the world?”
Alpha Omega is co-ed and multicultural. Members come together with “One Vision and One Heart” for the purpose of “Building Stronger Christians, Witnessing to those who do not know Christ, Setting up Programs fitting that of Christian Living and Meeting the Concerns of the Students on and off campus and Ensuring Educational Success of its members and non-members.”
The fraternity is based in Michigan. It has chapters as far north as Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan and as far south as the University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University in Toledo-Bowling Green, Ohio.
Anointed Students In Unity Fellowship
Anointed Students In Unity Fellowship Fraternity & Sorority, Incorporatedwas founded on August 13, 1999 on the campus of Albany State University and incorporated on May 30, 2000. Founded by Shannon Thomas and 14 other students, ASUF has grown to eight chapters in Georgia and Florida.
Theta Nu Gamma
Seeing the need for unity among Christian men in his community and surrounding areas, Mario Jimerson began to seek God through prayer and fasting. He was awakened from his sleep one night with a vision to start a new Christian fraternity. This new organization would exemplify true brotherhood and the connection man needs in order to commune with God. In his vision, Mario saw the colors and the name of this new fraternity. With this, he began to write the constitution and bylaws. On Tuesday, June 10, 2008, Theta Nu Gamma Christian Fraternity was created in Phoenix, Arizona. Its goal is to teach men to be leaders in the body of Christ and take their rightful place as head of the home.
MegistÃ© AretÃ© Christian Fraternity Inc.
In 1975 Mattie P. Dawson had a vision of a Christian sorority that would cater to the needs of Christian women on college campuses. That vision came to fruition in 1987 at the founding of Elogeme Adolphi Christian Sorority Inc. At the same time, her husband Bishop Harold Dawson had a vision of his own. His vision was that this sorority would have a brother fraternity of young men that would serve both as a covering for Elogeme and as a ministry to the needs of Christian college men. MegistÃ© AretÃ© Christian Fraternity Inc. was founded on May 7, 1989, on the campus of Illinois State University. MegistÃ© is Greek for “greater” or “greatest,” and AretÃ© is Greek for “manhood” or “manliness”. The organization has 10 active chapters.
The second wave of Christian fraternities was accompanied by “local” fraternities that have only a single chapter.
- Phi Kappa Chi was founded on the campus of Baylor University in 1988.
- Alpha Omega Christian Fraternity was founded in the Spring of 1998, at Young Harris College, in Young Harris, Georgia. The Rock is their main symbol, and the AO motto is: “God is good, All the time.”
- Alpha Omega Theta was founded July 16, 2002 in St. Louis, Missouri, although its Alpha chapter is based out of Springfield, Missouri at Missouri State University. Their pillars of belief are Unity, Leadership and Integrity. They are linked through the special “AO BOND” to their sister organization Alpha Theta Omega Christian Sorority Inc.
- Kappa Phi Epsilon was founded on the campus of the University of Florida. Kappa Phi Epsilon has initiated over 260 brothers since 2004.
- Mu Lambda Psi was founded on the campus of California State University Northridge in 2004.
- Delta Alpha Chi was founded on the campus of Oklahoma City University in 2005.
- Mu Pi Phi was founded September 2006 at Northern Kentucky University. They are based on the ideals of Charity, Moderation, and Passion. Although they currently have only one chapter, they planned to nationalize in 2007.
- Delta Tau was founded in fall 2006 at Missouri State University. After watching a local christian sorority establish and grow, a group of men felt the need to establish a brotherhood of Christian men. Their sister sorority is Gamma Alpha Lambda.
- Mu Sigma Chi was founded on the campus of Ferrum College in 2008.
- Chi Omicron Rho was founded on the campus of Pittsburg State University in 2017.
- Lambda Sigma Phi was founded on the campus of The University of Alabama in 2000.
I really hope that this information helps in coming to the knowledge of the truth.