I discovered The Harbinger originally through Chris Pinto's program on January 5th of this year, and just decided I needed to hear it again after all the attacks on the book since then.
As usual I find that Pinto's perspective is spiritually more trustworthy than most, biblical and true. What is wrong with the critics who miss it and miss it and miss it? Pinto hadn't read the book at that time but just from some ads and reviews he correctly assesses Cahn's message.
The critics have missed it completely but Pinto GETS IT. I'm glad I heard it again.
He criticizes the "conspiracy crew" who think that by exposing the New World Order adherents they can change things. No, he says, but Cahn has exposed what is needed: repentance for our sins. Nothing else is going to change America. He also gets into the influence of ecumenism and Billy Graham as a wolf in sheep's clothing bringing the nation under judgment.
I had only one objection. He reads the line about how God's hand "is stretched out still" to be stretched out in invitation to us to come to Him, though in context it is simply a way of emphasizing what has already been shown, that since there is no repentance His hand is still stretched out IN JUDGMENT. The message about God's invitation to us is nevertheless probably true enough, it's just not what that particular line means.
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