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John Hagee Is Wrong, He’s a False Prophet. Will He Submit to Being Stoned to Death?

Fox News Chief Religion Correspondent Lauren Green asked Cornerstone Church Pastor John Hagee about the significance of dilly-the-dilettantefour blood moons and whether they are prophecy from God.  Hagee explains this in his new book, “Four Blood Moons: Something Is About to Change.”  The next four blood moon tetrad falls on the Jewish holy days of Passover and the Feast of Tabernacle. This is set to happen starting in April 2014. It is the only the fourth time in the last five hundred years.  “To have a blood moon and then for those blood moons to be on this exact date is something that is just beyond coincidental,” said Hagee.  Hagee says a total solar eclipse in March 2015 happening in the middle of the four blood moons is also quite significant.

No it isn’t.  None of it is.  But since Hagee is making such a big deal of it, when he’s shown to be a false prophet (which he is, and will be), will he apply to himself or have applied the biblical penalty for such a crime and be stoned to death?

[What pure ignorant rubbish Hagee spews every time he opens his corpulent mouth.  God allows such plagues on humanity to separate the sheep from the goats and the wise from the foolish.  I anxiously await the day when these heretics are all eternally silenced by Divine Providence itself].

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  1. joeziasJoe said, on October 16, 2013 at 14:28

    Seems he joined up with UNC-C and the BAR crowd with his latest visit to the Cave of John the Baptist, if you want to believe it.

  2. graceambassador said, on October 16, 2013 at 14:41

    Jim, if I start to agree with you on politics people will accuse God of lack of creativity in creating two beings who think so much alike! (too bad if this is not so good for you as it is for me) I couldn’t agree with you more on this, including “corpulent mouth”, “God allowing such plagues to separate the sheep from the goats (which naturally have goatees), and the wise from the foolish and your anxious wait for the day these heretics will be silenced by the Divine Providence itself!

  3. Matthew Carpenter (@mattcbcpastor) said, on October 16, 2013 at 16:06

    Are we not being a little judgmental here?

    • Jim said, on October 16, 2013 at 16:59

      nope. if i were being judgmental i would consign him to hell. but that’s not my judgment call.

  4. Matthew Carpenter (@mattcbcpastor) said, on October 16, 2013 at 17:33

    The history of the Blood Moons is actually quite fascinating.

    • Jim said, on October 16, 2013 at 17:40

      and utterly and amazingly irrelevant.

      • Matthew Carpenter (@mattcbcpastor) said, on October 16, 2013 at 19:26

        I sense you are overcompensating for something??

      • Jim said, on October 16, 2013 at 20:11

        you sense wrongly. you may want to have your sense-o-meter checked. along with your theolog-ometer if you can, in good conscience, support the a-theistic (in the sense of anti-theistic) false notions of hagee.

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