Is it true that best selling author Jonathan Cahn has made no predictions in his books The Harbinger or Mystery of the Shemitah, as he claims? Pulpit & Pen News effortlessly dismantles Cahn’s assertion that he never gave a false prophecy: Pulpit & Pen … Continue reading
Let there be no doubt that Jonathan Cahn is a false prophet for the reason that his prophecies haven’t come to pass. Dr. Michael Brown certainly knows that, right? Yet Pulpit & Pen News reports that Brown interviewed Cahn on Line … Continue reading
From the Museum of Idolatry: Jonathan Cahn’s transition to the dark side is now complete. He has now taken his eschatologically indefensible prognostications to the Dark Lord of the Heretical Sith, Ken Copeland. “I appeal to you, brothers, to watch … Continue reading
The rather banal, supposedly non-fiction, book The Harbinger by “Prophet” Rabbi Jonathan Cahn never really made it too far out of the prophecy camp circles. Even so, the real prophecies from Cahn couched behind so-called non-fiction severely divided online apologetics … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries brings you the latest on the book and the story that just won’t go away.
Apprising Ministries gives you the background of this sad situation and gives you the link to James’ cogent response.
Apprising Ministries brings you conflicting information about the author of The Harbinger. On one hand Chan denies he’s a prophet but on the other lets others proclaim that he is.
It’s a book that’s growing in popularity at the lay level. Do you really think The Harbinger’s of God? Through this video clip Apprising Ministries gives you more reason to seriously question the hype around this book.
Apprising Ministries reminds you this book dabbling in Jewish gnosticism is causing confusion and division. So here I point you to Rosebrough’s detailed deconstruction of Cahn’s quasi-prophetic mythology.
It is written – Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another (Proverbs 27:17). May it be so here with this piece over at Apprising Ministries.
This popular book is now beginning to cause some unrest in the Christian community. Apprising Ministries is pleased to point you to this short review.
“As you, James, have so often taught in the past, resolution and reconciliation means far more than merely offering words. It requires concrete acts of repentance that demonstrate the fruit of the spirit and the sincerity of the words beings … Continue reading
From Berean Research: Churchwatch Central (CWC) begins with this statement: “We know that James White would not preach or tolerate a different Jesus, a different gospel or embrace a different spirit” which was followed by a question. But we’re going to … Continue reading
Berean Research tells us who these people are and exposes their agenda: Wouldn’t it be great if men and women who are dead in their sins would just stop being wicked and start respecting professing Christians? At first blush, the … Continue reading
Berean Research has the story: Can you judge a book by its cover? If the statements made by any Bible teacher are to be biblical, than perhaps we ought to be Bereans to examine said cover. The often-controversial Rabbi Jonathan … Continue reading
According to Berean Research, the popular blog WND (World Net Daily) is only for those with spiritual discernment. Over the years WND has promoted false teachers such as Jonathan Cahn and sold his books. Likewise they’ve offered “The Blood Moons Prophecy” … Continue reading
JD Hall of Pulpit and Pen has something to say to Charismatics in regard to their propensity to dabble in mysticism or what he calls witchcraft. When two prophecies uttered by highly regarded men in the charismatic community failed to … Continue reading
“Well almost nothing” says Berean Research’s editors: We had a whole bunch of Hebrew Roots Americans jumping on to the fear-wagon promoted in the Mystery of the Shemitah book which claimed that we’re all doomed if we don’t keep the seven-year … Continue reading
Gaylene Goodroad of Herescope has written a book review of David James’ new book “Biblical Guide to Shemitah and the Blood Moons: Discerning Popular ‘Prophecies’ in the Light of God’s Word.” In the book, Dave James lays to rest the … Continue reading
Berean Research reports that false prophet Jonathan Cahn, who wrote The Harbinger, has come out with another “prophetic” book entitled Mystery of Shemitah, and it’s “flying off the shelves”:
While it hasn’t really crossed over into the mainstream of the visible Christian community, still there’s a fair amount of interest in a book by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn called The Harbinger. It’s been a source of not a little unrest within … Continue reading
Apprising Ministries is pleased to point you to this valuable resource refuting the so-called prophetic mythology of Jonathan Cahn.