Friday, July 31, 2015

The Harbinger's writer Jonathan Cahn and his deceptions of trying to use Zohar beliefs and paint it over as "biblical".


Kabbalah/New Age Gaining Ground in the Church Pt 2

Published on Nov 10, 2014
Part 2 of a series I am doing showing the detrimental occult elements of Kabbalah and how it has lead many Jews astray and other people as well. This video includes a very long lecture (so PLEASE make time to listen) by a Kabbalist who basically lays out the plan for not only Kabbalists, but something that is echoed loud and clear in the New Age movement, i.e. Echkart Tolle, and even in the deceived church, i.e. The Emergent Church and the Charismatic movement (Mormonism has a very similar Kabbalistic thought as well). I also slightly touch on The Harbinger's writer Jonathan Cahn and his deceptions of trying to use Zohar beliefs and paint it over as "biblical". If you are wanting to understand more of this and how it is playing out, this video is worth listening to.





FIRST  LET US EXAMINE SOME MIS LEADING STATEMENTS OF DENIAL  MADE BY JONATHAN CAHN ON  JUNE 2012 @STANDUP FOR THE TRUTH.COM.

Question: Does Rabbi Cahn draw from extra-biblical, mystical writings as his sources?
Answer:  No.  I only draw on one source for spiritual truth – the Bible. I only believe the Bible is the Word of God.  One may use quotes in writing from a variety of sources – but this is not to be confused with relying on any source for spiritual truth – apart from the Bible.

Question:  It is stated that Jonathan Cahn “says that Zohar, an extrabiblical, mystical source from which the occultic and mystical Kabbalah is derived, greatly influenced his writing.
Answer:  Unfortunately this kind of statements represents some of the extreme and bizarre opposition to The Harbinger – It is an extreme false accusation.
No. I have never in my life said that the Zohar has greatly influenced my writing – nor has it ever.
Rabbinical writings, mystical or otherwise, have been quoted for ages,







NOW FOR THE EVIDENCE PROVING THAT JONATHAN CAHN'S INTELLECTUAL ROOTS AND APOLOGETICS HAVE BEEN INFLUENCED BY JEWISH MYSTICISM & OCCULTIC WRITINGS WRITTEN BY NEW AGE RABBINICAL SAGES