By this point, you would think the mathematical odds of Jonathan Cahn accurately prophesying something would be in his favor. Surely throwing out random guesses about the near future would result in greater accuracy than that which has been produced by this fake rabbi and false prophet, but Cahn has yet to provide an oracle that has ever come true, not even by blind luck.
Cahn predicted that the Shemitah year would bring a financial “great shaking” in 2015 (it didn’t). Cahn predicted lots of various “harbingers” of impending doom from the Bible, in the years immediately following 9-11 (nothing happened). Cahn has given a whole host of prophecies on Jim Bakker’s doomsday prophecy show and survival supplies infomercial, but so far, nothing has come to pass. Cahn doesn’t like it when you point out that not a single one of his explicit prophecies have come true, and even sent us a (fake) cease and desist letter once, which we promptly made fun of and then threw in the trash. Even the New York Times has had its attention caught by Cahn’s fakery (and cited us in their article exposing him).
The Bible is very clear as to what we should do to/with false prophets.
2when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him (Deuteronomy 18:22)
Fans of the Cahn-man will claim that he isn’t a prophet, but that he only “interprets” Biblical prophecy. Of course, Cahn takes a good many Scriptures that aren’t prophetic and wrongly applies them to modern events, thus making them prophetic. Cahn’s horrible track record at prophecy interpretation seems not to bother his biggest fans, who are eager to buy his next book.
Cahn’s latest book is The Oracle: The Jubilean Mysteries Revealed. Once again, Cahn claims to have found super-secret mysteries locked away in the Bible, and only he has the extra-fancy decoder ring that can unlock the codes. Never mind that this is the same schtick he’s been trying since 2011 and hasn’t yet hit a single nail on its head.
Cahn’s book pitch includes…
“Could an ancient prophecy and a mysterious ordinance given in a Middle Eastern desert over 3,000 years ago be determining the events of our day? Could some of the most famous people of modern history and current events be secretly linked to this mystery—even a modern president of the United States? Could this ancient revelation pinpoint the events of our times down to the year or even the day? And is there a master plan affecting the entire world and altering the course of history?”
What Cahn is getting at in his new book is clear. According to Cahn, Donald Trump is in the Bible.
You can watch the trailer below.
Interestingly enough, Cahn’s promotional material for The Oracle contains no reference at all to his book, The Mystery of The Shemitah, which is his most provable prophetic failure.
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