ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (#20)

Section: Paragraph comprehension

The traditions of Freemasonry have evolved over many centuries and from many sources. These traditions are a powerful force that cements a Lodge and Freemasons into one sacred band. They can be modified--but only slowly--to fit the needs of the organization. As individual Freemasons become aware of the traditions, they soon learn that they are part of something larger than themselves. The traditions of Freemasonry teach new members that

They are part of something larger than themselves.
New members can quickly change traditions to meet the organization's needs.
Traditions are never written in cement.
There is only one source for the traditions of Freemasonry.