So the Shemitah thing didn’t play out, so Cahn is looking for that next big secret to reveal for book number 3.
>>So the Shemitah thing didnât play out, so Cahn is looking for that next big secret to reveal for book number 3.
No. This is just a replay of his last big secret. I can’t believe people still take this hack seriously.
He spoke at a Prayer Breakfast and went into a hyper, loud rant. Some people walked out. He just got fired up like some preachers do, nothing particularly wrong with that.
But I know sinners can be redeemed and all that, but I don't like his hanging around on the Jim Bakker show with his new wife. They even went to Israel together.
He doesn't talk much about New Testament themes. One day he had communion on the above show, and used grape juice and gave no warning about confessing sins; it just didn't seem right.
But what do I know?
The Harbinger was first. It was actually pretty interesting. It was also a good read.
On the other hand the Shemita could have been written on a napkin. It’s premise was interesting, but repeated over and over and over.
It was a horrible read.
I read the Harbinger. It was OK. Waited six months for the Shemitah from the library and I'm glad I didn't pay any anything out of pocket for it. The first half was unreadable, merely a strangely organized rehash of the Harbinger material. I put it aside for awhile and then couldn't get up the enthusiasm to go on to the second half.