Jonathan Cahn

Jonathan Cahn

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Jonathan Cahn is a Messianic Jewish Rabbi and pastor best known for his best selling novel The Harbinger in which he compares the United States and the September 11 attacks, to ancient Israel and the destruction of Kingdom of Israel. Wikipedia

Personal life

Born in New York State, Cahn was raised in a reform Jewish home and attended the synagogue frequently. He became an atheist when he was eight years old but a few years later he began to question atheism. By the time he was 20 years old he had become a Messianic Jew, accepting Jesus as the Messiah after almost being killed in two separate accidents, the first being when he was driving on the road when he narrowly avoided a collision and the second at a railway crossing when he escaped from his car before it was crushed by an oncoming train.[2] He went to Purchase University and studied history. He ministered to the New York City homeless for many years and became a licensed minister. In 1989, Cahn started “Hope of the World Ministries” (HOW), an outreach of the Gospel and compassion projects for the needy and currently is the president of the organization and further publishes Sapphires Magazine and ministers on radio, television, and internet.

Credentials

The New Jersey Jewish Standard, in a article that mentioned Cahn, said he “claims to have Orthodox smicha from a rabbi who had joined the messianic movement”.[3]


Beth Israel worship center

Cahn is the head of the Beth Israel worship center a messianic congregation whose “liturgy focuses on Jesus as savior.” The group had been located in Garfield, New Jersey throughout the 1990’s but moved to Wayne, New Jersey in 2008. Their arrival in Wayne was viewed with suspicion by local leaders of Judaism as “Messianism has been condemned by Jewish clergy and leaders as a cloak for Christian missionizing.” With the arrival of Cahn’s group the YM-YWHA of North Jersey held a counter-missionary event with a member of Jews for Judaism. Cahn told reporters that “the congregation has no intention of ‘targeting’ the Jewish community. However, anybody is welcome at the center.”[3]


FINAL WARNING A MESSAGE FROM JONATHAN CAHN AUGUST 2015

Published on 17 Aug 2015

Jonathan Cahn gives an important word for believers regarding where we are and things to come – to answer the deluge of questions which have been pouring in from around the world.


JONATHAN CAHN – September 3rd 2015 – COLLAPSE has BEGUN – Part 1

Published on 4 Sep 2015

The latest interview with Jonathan Cahn and Sid Roth taped on September the 3rd 2015. Get the latest up to date info on the end of the Shemitah the 13th of September 2015. Hear Jonathan’s latest information about the coming Economic shock and America’s impending judgment.


JONATHAN CAHN – September 3rd 2015 – COLLAPSE has BEGUN – Part 2

Published on 4 Sep 2015

The latest interview with Jonathan Cahn and Sid Roth taped on September the 3rd 2015. Get the latest up to date info on the end of the Shemitah the 13th of September 2015. Hear Jonathan’s latest information about the coming Economic shock and America’s impending judgment.


Jonathan Cahn – Sid Roth, 2015/09/03: The Wipeout Day Elul 29 is upon Us (Part 3/4)

Published on 6 Sep 2015

Just ten days before the ominous Elul 29, 5775 (September 13th, 2015), the wipeout day at the end of the Shemitah year (Sabbath year), Jonathan Cahn answers questions that move millions of People around the world. Is there judgement coming on America? Or a great revival? Are we to fear? How to prepare? What does it mean for Israel and the church? For America and the world?


Jonathan Cahn – Sid Roth, 2015/09/03: The Wipeout Day Elul 29 is upon Us (Part 4/4)

Published on 6 Sep 2015

Just ten days before the ominous Elul 29, 5775 (September 13th, 2015), the wipeout day at the end of the Shemitah year (Sabbath year), Jonathan Cahn answers questions that move millions of People around the world. Is there judgement coming on America? Or a great revival? Are we to fear? How to prepare? What does it mean for Israel and the church? For America and the world?

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