He didn’t visit heaven and he didn’t see a dinosaur there. He’s a liar.
This is heresy. Why? Two reasons. First, the Great Commission is the charge of Jesus to make disciples. Not nationalists. And second, Jesus said ‘My kingdom is not of this world’.
Dale’s failure to understand these basic facts and his insistence to speak on the subject anyway, falsely, makes him a false teacher. And all false teachers are, by virtue of lying and misrepresenting God, heretics.
Dale Partridge: False Teacher, Heretic.
Only an utter demon could write such evil.
Lest you think the author sane, here is what he claims:
During the presidency of President Donald Trump, it became evident to me that the prophecies about the Son of Man, as predicted by Jesus in the Bible were, to a significant extent, fulfilled at the hands of Mr Trump. The Bible speaks about two different Christs-or Messiahs. Jesus, the Son of God is the one Christ, whereas the Son of Man is the other. Jesus always referred to the Son of Man in the third person. The greatest distinction or significance between the Son of Man and the Son of God (the Lamb) is their respective positions at the throne of God. There are numerous differences between the Son of God and the Son of Man, but overall, people read these scriptures and they do not realize that the Son of God (the Lamb) stands in front of the throne of God, whereas the Son of Man, is positioned on the right hand of God.
Jesus spoke about two different killings in the four gospels of the New Testament. People read these scriptures and are unaware that Jesus (the Son of God) predicted his own killing in the first person, as opposed to the several prophecies that He made in respects to the Son of Man who will be crucified. The New Testament speaks about “two Kings;” Jesus, the Son of God, is the “King of the Jews,” whereas the Son of Man is the “King of Kings” who will be a world-ruler, and He will rule all the nations (the tribes) of the earth with a rod of iron.
This book will explain in depth how “Donald John Trump’s” full name literally means: “The Ruler of the World, graced by Yahweh (the LORD) and a descendant of a Drummer.” Upon reading this book, the reader will be captivated when they realize how President Donald John Trump fulfilled most of the prophecies as the Son of Man. It speaks about End Time Prophecies and Biblical revelations regarding “President Donald J. Trump, the Son of Man. The Christ.”
This book is trash. Its author an imbecile who has zero business talking about the Bible. Or anything. He shouldn’t be allowed within 500 miles of the Bible. He is the dilettante’s dilettante.
A 48-year-old Arkansas man and his 30-year-old wife were arrested after the man allegedly claimed he was both “Jesus Christ” and “Satan” before using a chop saw to amputate his own leg in front of their young daughter last month.
I wonder which pentebabbleist church he attended.
Shannon Cox and his wife, Sandy Michelle Cox, were both taken into custody last week and charged with one count each of first-degree endangering the welfare of a child, a Class D felony, court documents reviewed by Law&Crime show.
And has believed that women only exist to please him. Or else. (Make no mistake, friends, the beliefs that drove him drive, more subtly but equally dangerously, the theobros who literally believe they are entitled to the affections and service of any woman they deign to choose).
Complementarianism, on full display in the story of this guy (who may or may not be a complementarian himself) is not only unbiblical, it is dangerous.
Five woman are suing an international megachurch and its leader, convicted felon Naasón Joaquín García, in California state court over decades of alleged child sexual abuse and human trafficking.
The 53-year-old so-called “apostle” of the of the Church of the Living God, Pillar and Ground of the Truth, The Light of the World, admitted to various child sex crimes earlier this year after a lengthy prosecution in the Golden State. He was subsequently convicted and sentenced to nearly 17 years in prison.
His church, which claims more than 5 million members worldwide, has stood by its shepherd through it all.
Now, in a 49-page complaint, the church, García, and several affiliated businesses and individuals are being sued for various damages to a class that is expected to include well over 500 alleged victims as plaintiffs.
The introductory lines of the complaint do not mince words and stake out shocking allegations that criticize the church, as a business, to its core as an enterprise that intentionally existed for the purpose of finding and providing children to be raped by the leader.
“Plaintiffs are individuals and residents of the State of California, County of Los Angeles, who were enslaved, trafficked, and sexually abused by the leaders of [the LLDM] a global religious institution that has made the economic and sexual exploitation of children and others a centerpiece of its operations for decades,” the lawsuit begins, using the Spanish version of the church’s name, La Luz del Mundo.
The five principal plaintiffs are Jane Doe women aged 20-28. They are the same five underage victims who were originally cited in the criminal complaint filed against García by California authorities – and a later indictment that listed several dozen counts against him. The pastor’s plea deal resulted in only three of those charges sticking.
Etc. Megachurches are Satan’s greatest invention. Their Pastors are his greatest tools. Their congregations are his most satisfying sort of ‘Christian’.
This is stupid. ‘Churches’ like this have ZERO understanding of eucharistic theology.
I literally despise this sort of trendy crap.
And festering septic tanks of heresy. They exist for one reason: to fluff the ego of the ‘Pastor’ who, invariably will see himself as God’s gift to women (or men) and act out from that self-assessment.
Nothing good comes of them. Nothing good comes from them. No person can pastor 2000 people. No megachurch pastor is an actual shepherd.
A Texas megachurch pastor is taking a leave of absence after his church learned of frequent messages between him and a woman who is not his wife.
Matt Chandler, the lead pastor at the Village Church in Flower Mound, about 30 miles northwest of Dallas, told his congregation on Sunday the move was prompted by what the church’s leaders called inappropriate messages between the pair.
In the statement recorded and shared to the church’s website, the pastor explained that a few months back, a woman approached him in the church’s foyer with concerns about “how I was (direct messaging) on Instagram with a friend of hers.”
“I didn’t think I had done anything wrong in that,” Chandler, 48, told the congregation. “My wife knew that, her husband knew that, and yet there were a couple of things that she said that were disorienting to me.”
He’s not confessing his actual sin, he’s covering up, and excusing. And making excuses. When all the details come out, don’t be shocked if they are shocking.
Because megachurches are breeding grounds of pastoral misconduct and depravity.
Allegations of racism, sexual assault, homophobia, bullying and actively discouraging victims from going to the police are contained in a leaked copy of an investigation into Arise Church. RNZ obtained a leaked copy of the independent report into the Pentecostal church by Pathfinding on August 12.
Included in the 545 submissions received by Pathfinding were reports of the church leadership sexually harassing members, interns being overworked to the point of exhaustion, pastors pushing their own politics, making racists remarks from stage, members being forced to leave their culture at the door, a lack of financial transparency, cult-like behaviours and actively discouraging taking complaints to police.
Earlier this year, US-based journalist David Farrier broke the allegations of severe mistreatment of Arise interns and employees.
“We have heard from people who have felt not good enough in light of the pressure they experienced from Arise around personal image and appearance.” People were told they needed new clothes to fit Arise’s image, and to change their clothing choices if they were “on stage” on a Sunday. Members described feeling heartbroken knowing they never appeared in Arise photographs, or were edited out of shots, which they related to their size or appearance. People experienced eating disorders, anxiety and mood issues due to the pressure to conform to their perception of Arise’s standards around physical appearance.
Many who submitted made comments on their discomfort that pastors used their role to encourage people towards their own political views. “We have heard people’s concerns around what they perceive as cult-like behaviour within Arise – iconic and unquestionable leadership, people’s social circles being limited to Arise, experiences of control, and being shunned upon leaving the Arise community. Former members spoke about a “culture of honour” which went too far and led to exhaustion. “We have heard from different people a sense of favouritism and the pressure people felt to say yes and to please senior leaders.”
And too much more. Too much. Megachurches are megacults, breeding grounds of every evil. Stop attending them. Stop supporting them.
And when you hear them say what they say here, you are hearing the very voice of Satan himself. TGC would have also urged Germans to obey Hitler regardless of what he did to the Jews because Hitler, in their satanic minds, was the ‘harbinger of peace’.
This is a godless distortion of the meaning of Romans 13. There, God establishes ‘government’, not governments nor governors.
A Kansas City, Missouri, pastor who said his congregation was “poor, broke busted and disgusted” for not buying him the luxury watch he wanted has issued an apology after his remarks caused a stir on social media.
Carlton Funderburke, the senior pastor at Church at the Well, issued an apology video Tuesday for the “inexcusable” remarks he made during an Aug. 7 sermon.
‘The Well’… *Eyeroll*.
In a video clip posted on TikTok of Funderburke’s sermon, the pastor berates his church members for not “honoring” him with a Movado watch.
“This is how I know you’re still poor, broke, busted and disgusted, because of how you been honoring me. I’m not worth your McDonald’s money? I’m not worth your Red Lobster money? I ain’t worth your St. John Knits — y’all can’t afford no how. I ain’t worth y’all Louis Vuitton? I ain’t worth your Prada? I’m not worth your Gucci?” he said in the nearly minute-long clip.
At one point, Funderburke tells the congregation that a Movado watch can be purchased at Sam’s Club.
“And y’all know I asked for one last year. Here it is all the way in August and I still ain’t got it,” he said. “Y’all ain’t said nothing. Let me kick down the door and talk to my cheap sons and daughters.”
This guy has zero business being a pastor. And he’s awful at English.
Cavey, who was arrested and charged with sexual assault in June, was the former pastor of The Meeting House, which has multiple campuses across the Toronto area.
Ontario police arrested the 57-year-old on May 31 after an investigation into reports of a sexual assault that occurred while he served as the church’s primary teaching pastor from 1996 to 2021.
An update released by the church on Saturday announced that an investigation into Cavey’s conduct revealed two allegations of sexual abuse by a church leader and the third allegation of sexual misconduct involving an underage victim at the time of the alleged abuse.
A separate investigation also “substantiated” sexual abuse allegations against senior pastor Tim Day, who the church said “chose not to participate in the investigation” despite “multiple opportunities to do so.”
A statement from church leaders Bruce Miller and Nour Aziz read in part: “In all cases, the victims have suffered great harm. We grieve deeply at the hurt caused to each of these individuals at our church.
“We also acknowledge the courage of those who stepped forward. We are grateful for their bravery, and willingness to be vulnerable. As church leadership, we humbly and profoundly apologize to them for the pain they experienced at the hands of The Meeting House pastors whom they — and we — trusted.”
When your ‘church’ is a circus, you have to expect a lot of clowns. And when your ‘church’ is a megachurch, you have to expect a lot of victimizers.
If a ‘church’ uses the phrase ‘multiple campuses’ to describe itself, get out of Sodom. There’s nothing of Christ in it. Megachurches exist to feed the ego of the ‘senior pastor’. Nothing else. And if that means his ego is fed by taking advantage of women or children, then that’s what he will do. Have nothing to do with such fraudulent ‘churches’.
During a segment on The Eric Metaxas Show this Monday, the pro-Trump host and election conspiracy theorist interviewed right-wing Catholic activist John Zmirak, who said that Christians and conservatives are currently engaged in “spiritual warfare” against the Democratic Party.
“We are now in the Normandy landing of spiritual warfare,” Zmirak said. “The Democratic Party is possessed by preternatural evil. It is not a human institution any more. It is an instrument of wicked spirits.”
‘This is demonic, our enemies are demonic. There’s no turning the other cheek,” he continued, before Metaxas chimed in and clarified that they’re not saying Democrats are themselves demons.
“We’re saying they’re being used by demons,” Metaxas said. “And we need to understand that at the heart of all this, this is a spiritual battle. There’s no other way to make sense of it.”
Baal is well pleased.