"What are they saying. Notoriety means the state of being famous for something bad. So its saying I have mainstream credibility and that's surprising, to whom? To them because to them to have mainstream credibility or NY Times Best Selling book for a biblical view doesn't fit their worldview. So guys, maybe your worldview is wrong." - Jonathan Cahn
Yes Jonathan, you have become famous for peddling something bad, you know, the end of the world? What makes it really bad is you are false in the conveyance. You seek patterns that you claim portend fire and brimstone just to make and sell sensationalistic books. The point Rolling Stone was making actually sounds complimentary in that they are surprised that writing which is clearly intended for Christian audiences has found some traction in secular circles. Stop with the lame NAR talking points. This has nothing to do with worldview.
"His shtick as an author is decoding current events as though they are somehow modeled on biblical stories." - Rolling Stone
"Ok guys now you've gone too far. You have crossed the line. You're actually using a Yiddish word to attack me. What does shtick mean? It means a comic theme or gimmick. So they are saying to speak of current events in regard to the word of God, biblical templates, biblical patterns and revelations, is a comic theme or gimmick. But I guess if rolling stone were around in biblical times they would have written an attack piece on the apostle Paul because that was his shtick."- Jonathan Cahn
No Jonathan. They are saying you are using a gimmick, not everyone. The word shtick by the way has become commonplace in americana but if they used it on purpose that would be very creative. Notice that the poor victim Jonathan Con is actually comparing himself now to the Apostle Paul! Jonathan Cahn's shtick is comedic in that it is so transparent. The Apostle Paul never engaged in the silliness that Cahn traffics in.
"Cahn first became a cultural force from his 2012 best selling book the Harbinger, which explains that 9/11 was a warning that God is removing his hedge of protection from America as a divinely favored nation because of cultural degeneracy. A far-right religious tract dressed up as a novel." - Rolling Stone
"A far-right religious tract, really. The Harbinger reveals prophetic warning signs being revealed that is not far right or far left, it is simply revealing what is taking place for those who have ears to hear." - Jonathan Cahn
Yes Jonathan, a far-right religious tract. The harbinger is worse though because it is absurdly false. The back cover clearly labels the book as fiction, which it is. Instead of teaching the bible and prophecy, Cahn creates a fictional story and then overlays his false prophetic NAR vision upon it, complete butchering the poor prophet Isaiah in the process. He tries to leverage the key verses today from Isaiah 9. The problem is right in the first cited verse which makes this abundantly clear that God is speaking through Isaiah about Israel, not America. It is a message against Jacob, not the US. This highlights one of the fundamental errors Cahn bases his entire career on. He believes America is under covenant with God and it certainly is not. It never has been. This however is a recurring theme in the far-right apostate church and the NAR. The entire premise of the Harbinger may have well been written by Steven Strang at Charisma News. Cahn insists that there have been harbingers against America for walking away from God when it never was with Him to begin with. Cahn plays a clever game because one could argue that the signs are building for America's demise having nothing to do with harbingers. But hey, Rabbi's got to make a living. This rubbish in PURELY on the right and needs to be thrown in the trash - let him who have ears to hear. See I can do that too. He continues with the whine-fest: