What do you think of John Hagee teachings?

He preached that WWIII has already begun as his father predicted years ago and that Christ will be coming back any day now.

He says the signs in Revelations have come to past and Christians should send in donations to assist in getting all Jews back to Israel and to help them in everyway because that's how Christians will be allowed in Heaven.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I haven't talked to John Hagee in several years.

    If John Hagee said that, he is dead wrong.

    John began over a decade ago creating a friendship between Israel and his ministry. He has established contact with those in Israel that have power.

    John relies heavily on the verse that says, God will bless those who bless Israel. I agree with that verse.

    The purpose of this blessing has to do with Israel having produced the Messiah.

    So God is saying that because Israel blessed the world, those who bless Israel will be blessed.

    There is nothing that says that those who bless Israel will be saved. That is not the criteria for salvation.

    Salvation is acquired by a personal relationship with God and His Son.

    I do believe that we are in the last days, and that parts of Revelation have been fulfilled, however I believe the church is taken in the sixth seal at the beginning of the time of Jacob's troubles.

    You could find out more about what I believe on that by going to http://www.kingdom-principles.org

  • 1 decade ago

    In God's eyes there is no such thing as time or world war 3. World war 1 started when Cain slew his brother Able and it continues until Christ returns to earth in victory over war, satan and all mans evil acts that amount to our own destruction. Jesus Christ has already won victory over sin and death and satan is in the midst of his final breath and soon he will be cast into hell with all his followers. Praise the Lord. Come Lord Jesus Come!!!

    Source(s): Holy Bible
  • 1 decade ago

    I agree with SOME of his teachings, but disagree with some others. I think John Hagee has the propensity to be a bit of a showman; my secretary refers to him as "that old windbag." And that's saying something, since she's one of the sweetest, kindest Christian women I've ever met.

    In particular, despite his statements to the contrary, Mr. Hagee preaches "Dual Covenant Theology." I've heard him preach it with my own ears on more than one occasion. On the second occasion, I stopped listening to him. If I wanted to believe such absurd sophistries, I'd listen to Perry Stone, who also has the tendancy to make unlikely exegetical "stretches."

    As far as Mr. Hagee's "end times" reasoning, I mostly (but not totally) agree. I think it's abundantly clear we are in the last days. However, my memory tells me he teaches a mid-Tribulational fulfillment of Ezekiel 38 and 39, which is an impossibility. (If you want to know why, send me a message through YA.)


  • 1 decade ago

    Anyone can take scripture out of context to prove anything they like.

    I have very little regard for most televangelists, and that goes double for John Hagee, Benny Hinn, Jimmy Swaggart, and Jerry Falwell.

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  • 1 decade ago

    He has guessed many thing over the past years and non of them has come to life.

    If he paid attention to Juesus teaching and kept to that, he may help his followers but he goes off the track and points at the other people of the books.

    I like his style of deliviery of sermons. It's what we call a "barnburner" type.

  • 1 decade ago

    The difference between John Hagee and the Hindenburg ............One is a fat Nazi gasbag and the other one was a dirigible. He is a con man. Religion is the ultimate con, it is government protected, tax free and the product they sell doesn't have to be delivered until you reach a place that doesn't exist. No wonder so many people jump on this manured money wagon.

  • 1 decade ago

    Is that dude I hear about who preaches in San Antonio? If it's him then I don't like him much because he seems too anti-islam and has all the wrong info on it.

  • 1 decade ago

    There's the catch 'donate'...even if it's to help someone, I'm always suspicious of that! He's got some interesting sermons!

  • 1 decade ago

    Pastor Hagee is right.

  • 1 decade ago

    I have to completely agree with Suzanne - he takes things a bit too far

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