THE NAZARENE CHURCH: Dr. Dan Boone-False Teacher, Accuser of the Brethren, And Fearmonger



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“Within the theological structure of the cults there is considerable truth, all of which, it might be added, is drawn from biblical sources, but so diluted with human error as to be more deadly than complete falsehood.”  ― Walter Martin, Kingdom of the Cults
Dr. Dan Boone: False Teacher, Accuser of the Brethren, And Fearmonger
Dan Boone, you may win this fight, but judgment will come to you someday. Not from me or anyone else, but from the Lord, if you don’t repent of your evil deeds and words.
Dan Boone did what he does best on Wednesday. He slandered thousands of sincere Nazarenes who simply want to have a denomination that returns to a focus on holiness and biblical truth. By his very actions and words in the past few General Assemblies, Boone has shown time and again his desire is to reconstruct the denomination into a more worldly-friendly organization that experiments with any kind of new activity that claims to be Christian. And if anyone persistently objects to his ideas, and dares to share information with others, he will try to destroy you.
On Wednesday, some of Scott Daniels’ votes had been slipping away, as the voting for a new General Superintendent continued on. It seems that Dan Boone had to do something to help Scott Daniels win at any cost, so he stood up in front of voting delegates at the General Assembly and once again slandered thousands of Nazarenes who actually care about maintaining a biblical ethic in the denomination. He invented a group that does not exist, in order to slander many concerned Nazarenes who do exist, and who sincerely are worried about the downward slide of the Nazarene church.
UPDATE: Scott Daniels has been elected as a General Superintendent. Dan Boone got what he wanted.
Boone made a rather dishonest and silly reference to “Reformed Nazarenes” as the culprits behind the supposed rumors and innuendoes that were being spread by email to other Nazarenes, in order to affect the voting. (For some reason, General Superintendent Fili Chambo had called for the people to stay off social media as if communication and information sharing were a bad thing). But the bad guy in all this is once again Dan Boone, who in the past General Assembly practically berated a good District Superintendent for daring to question the watering down of the statement on Human Sexuality.
“This is the way” for Dan Boone, as I borrow a phrase from The Mandalorian. The way for Dan Boone is not “the Way” as expressed in scripture. Dan Boone has been a wolf in sheep’s clothing for many years, and now he has resorted to doing what he does best, in order to help Scott Daniels become a General Superintendent. It may work, but know this that Dan Boone is one of the most dangerous men in the Church of the Nazarene today.
Here is a compilation of some of the disturbing facts about Dan Boone. You can make up your mind about him based on this information. Dan Boone CANNOT refute these facts and prove me a liar, but he most likely will call me a liar anyway. That’s what he does best. He’s an accuser of the brethren whenever his ungodly agenda is threatened.
At this link, you will hear Dan Boone from yesterday as he expresses some confusion about the word "biological"
Dan Boone And His Heresies
What Dr. Boones does is hide his false teachings behind words.
Evolution: Dan is a former member of the now-defunct Nazarenes Exploring Evolution. He hides his belief in evolution: For example, his “non-essential” creation theory. He wants to shut off discussion of his false belief in evolution, and his rejection of the literal account of creation. This very idea alone makes him a false teacher since belief in evolution rejects the creation account and the actual existence of Adam and Eve. He makes God a liar by rejecting God’s simple story of creation.
Contemplative Mysticism: He hides his love of contemplative mysticism and works written by heretics: therefore, his non-essentials of “reading from the early church fathers”, and “yoga’. This is a reflection of his affinity for contemplative mysticism and Eastern practices such as yoga, practicing the silence, and prayer labyrinths, which he finds nothing wrong with. There are many “early church fathers” who are outright heretics, so no Christian ought to agree that this is non-essential, unless Dr. Boone specifies which ones he is talking about. And yoga is certainly not a non-essential, because it is based on Eastern mystical practices, and is actually a religious practice that Christians should avoid. Mr. Boone is well known for his liking of Thomas Merton, prayer labyrinths, and trips to Merton’s Abby of Gethsemani. So certainly, he would want these subjects to be non-essentials.
Ecumenical: Boone hides his ecumenicalism. his non-essential of Catholic theology is also disturbing. Dr. Boone is a good example of the many Nazarenes who have compromised biblical truth and who consider Roman Catholic teaching to be okay, and therefore we can get along with them. Catholic theology is so full of heresy, and yet Boone and other misguided Nazarene leaders today are leading people to accept Catholic theology as no big deal. This is shameful, and this is part of what is destroying the Nazarene denomination-thanks to Dan Boone and many others.
LGBT Friendly: There are indications Dan Boone is favorable toward the LGBT movement. He has also been praised by the leaders from the Holland District, who are even now blessing same-sex unions, with the full knowledge of the General Superintendents- who have done nothing. Boone was instrumental in watering down the statement on Human Sexuality in 2017, and it won’t be a surprise if he helps to water things down even more.
For More About Dan Boone, accuser of the brethren:
Manny Silva

Stand For Truth Ministries
"The entirety of Your word is truth, And every one of Your righteous judgments endures forever." Psalm 119:160


Authorities Panic as Middle-Schoolers Rebel Against ‘Pride’ Force-feeding


Authorities Panic as Middle-Schoolers Rebel Against 'Pride' Force-feeding

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Students protest pride, "U-S-A are my pronouns"

School students protested pride month after being encouraged to wear rainbow clothes to the Burlington, MA school.

According to reports, students ripped down signs and chanted, "U-S-A are my pronouns."

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Woke Teachers FREAK OUT as Students Chant ‘My Pronouns Are USA!’



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Uh oh: students at a Massachusetts middle school rose up in protest against a force-feeding of “pride” beliefs, leaving authorities scrambling to put down the rebellion before it could spread.

Friday, June 2, was expected to be just another run-of-the-mill episode of school authorities cramming the state religion down the throats and into the brains of impressionable youngsters. But something unexpected happened: some of the targeted minors stood up against the conditioning session. The New York Post reports:

The young protesters charged through Marshall [Simonds] Middle School in Burlington on June 2 because the school had encouraged its students to show their pride by wearing rainbow clothing, Nancy Bonassera, co-chair of the Burlington Equity Coalition, told the town’s Select Committee Monday.

“There was a counter-demonstration in response to what should have been a day to celebrate where students wore red white and blue clothing chanted ‘my pronouns are USA’ and destroyed rainbow decorations at the school,” said Bonassera.

The protesting students intimidated others who were gladly participating in the celebration [yeah, sure they were], which was organized by the school’s Spectrum club for LGBTQ+ students and allies, computer science teacher Diana Marcus told BCAT News.

Most of the students accepted and wore rainbow flag stickers that were offered by school administrators until they noticed their peers ripping them off and throwing them on the floor.

“Over the course of the day you could actually see a reduction in the number of students walking around in rainbow-colored clothing. It was really tough.” Marcus said, adding that the protest appeared planned.

Bonassera called on the school to crush the dissent by visiting “consequences” on the renegades, saying it should make an example of them in order to emphasize the town’s commitment to DEI. (Let that sink in.) “We also believe that without any direct and concrete action, these incidents will occur again and increase in severity,” she fretted. And that is the real fear of the rainbow enforcers.

Ten days later, on Monday, town leaders met to discuss the uprising. The next night, the Burlington School Committee met as well. Regional newser NECN covered it:

The Burlington School Committee met for the first time Tuesday night, since what officials call “an incident of homophobia” happened at Marshall Simonds Middle School.

“Unfortunately, during the pride theme day, there were behaviors that were hurtful to students and the school community. We are now involved in a healing process,” said chairwoman Martha Simon.

In opening remarks, school leaders shared their support for the LGBTQ+ community while pointing to the age of the students involved.

“Ascribing hate to middle school children who are not yet fully developed I think is a mistake,” said Burlington Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Eric Conti.

That’s funny because Conti himself had already accused the students of hate — aka “homophobia” — in his letter to parents two days after the incident. He also wrote, “We ask all staff, teachers, and members of the Burlington Public School community to join us in taking a stand against homophobia and identity-directed hateful actions.” And he assured everyone that “A list of resources on how to talk to adults and children about identity hate is available below.”

After the uprising, the school swiftly met with the offending students to “educate them about how their behaviors affect others, to take responsibility for their behaviors, and to help us become a more inclusive community where all of us feel that we belong,’ Burlington School Committee Chairwoman Martha Simon told the Boston Globe.  And a reinvigorated new DEI board is expected to be visited upon the recalcitrant student body in the future. The clampdown is underway!

The UK Daily Mail is the only major source that bothered to give a few lines of text to the brave protestors:

“Parents have told local news outlets their straight-identifying students said they felt forced to participate and were ‘offended’ by the Tennessee Williams quote that reiterated that the human heart is ‘curved like a road through the mountains’ and only lines and streets can be straight.”

‘My daughter just said, “You know, mom, that’s offensive to me, I am straight,”‘ Christine Steiner told WCVB. ‘Some of the kids threw the stickers on the ground. But I can only speak for my daughter, she just didn’t want to wear that to school. It’s not that she wanted to hurt anybody’s feelings.’

It goes without saying that religious, conservative, and/or philosophically opposed students are not at all made to feel safe, valued, or included at most schools. Nor was this protest acceptable, though schools nationwide tolerate or even encourage student walkouts and protests against Big Left’s targets all the time.

Related: Armenian, Muslim Immigrant Parents Clash With Antifa Over Pride Month Programming in Public Schools

We GenXers are at the point in our continuum that all generations reach sooner or later, where we wonder what the hell is wrong with the kids today. But unlike all previous generations, who were horrified at youthful rebellion and disrespect for norms, we are baffled at today’s kids’ complete conformity and respect for authority and state religion. So today, I send great respect to the brave young heroes at Marshall Simonds who stood up for themselves and defied authority. All others take note: this is what speaking truth to power actually looks like.

Tucker Carlson Weighs in on Trump Indictment

Tucker Carlson Weighs in on Trump Indictment



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Last week, Tucker Carlson debuted his new show, Tucker on Twitter. That premiere episode has accumulated an impressive 116 million views. Despite receiving a cease-and-desist order from Fox News, he’s continued to produce his new show. In the latest episode, posted on Tuesday evening, Carlson discussed the federal indictment of President Trump and the implications it has on our country.

“The Biden administration arrested Donald Trump this afternoon,” he began. “They had him arraigned and fingerprinted in the Miami courthouse, like the accused felon he now technically is. These were the first steps in a process that is designed to put Donald Trump behind bars for the rest of his life. Cable news carried every moment of it live. ‘It’s unprecedented,’ they told us with what looked like a shock. But they weren’t shocked; they knew this was coming. Everyone who’s paid attention knew…what just happened was always going to happen.”

Tucker then explained that Trump’s arrest was inevitable since Feb. 16, 2016. Why that date? That is when, Tucker says, Trump made an enemy of the federal government by condemning its penchant for warfare. As Tucker explained, wars tend to happen regularly, typically achieving support from both sides of the aisle, at first, and only after a suitable period of time has passed do some politicians realize the error of their ways, and maybe offer a meaningless pseudo-apology. Trump’s outsider status meant that he could easily disregard this rule, and during the Republican primary debate in Greenville, S.C., he railed against the Iraq War.

“We should have never been in Iraq,” Trump said during that debate. “We have destabilized the Middle East. They lied, they said there were weapons of mass destruction, there were none — and they knew there were none.”

As Tucker noted, by the time Trump said this, many Republican primary voters had already reached the same conclusion. But by saying that everyone knew there weren’t weapons of mass destruction, Trump “sealed his fate” because such an accusation implicated too many on both sides of the aisle. That is why, Carlson explains, even former Trump allies are coming out against him over the classified documents. He cited Trump’s former CIA director and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, who claimed he feared for the safety of our military because Trump had classified documents.

“What a lie that is,” Tucker said. “Mike Pompeo knows that’s a lie. He spent his entire life in Washington. Washington is a city where internal memos about Labor Day are classified because everything is classified. Your government has classified more than a billion federal documents — most of them boring and pointless and a danger to no one — and locked them away in secret where you can’t see them because you may be an American citizen, but not really, and therefore you don’t have the necessary clearances to know what’s going on.”

“And by the way, none of this is done in order to make America safer,” Tucker pointed out, “any more than COVID restrictions were designed to keep you healthy.”

Related: Disgraceful: The Left’s Trumped-up Charges Damage More Than Donald J. Trump

Tucker continued, “The prosecution of Donald Trump is transparently political. He’s literally Joe Biden’s main political opponent. He’s pulling over 60% among Republican voters right now. So Joe Biden is doing what no president has ever dared to do: He’s using law enforcement to lock up his chief rival — that’s happening right now, anyone who denies this happening is lying to you — but actually, it’s worse than that. Trump’s prosecution isn’t just political, it’s ideological. Nobody with Trump’s views is allowed to have power in this country. Criticize our wars and you’re disqualified. If you keep it up, we’ll send you to prison. That’s the message Washington is sending.”

Trump continued, “Whatever else you say about him, Trump is the one guy with an actual shot at becoming president who dissents from Washington’s long-standing pointless war agenda. And for that — that one fact — they are trying to take Trump out before you can vote for him.”

This, Tucker notes, is the  “destruction of our democracy,” and it should trouble everyone, regardless of whether they support Trump or hate him.

“The destruction of that should keep you up at night,” Tucker said. “Yes, Donald Trump was a flawed man, but his sins are minor compared to those of his persecutors. In this life, we don’t get to choose our martyrs. We can only choose our principles, and America’s are at stake.”