For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. 1Tim 6:10

Hagee with a sign of the Devil

(DVD) Zionism and Christianity: Unholy Alliance

PASTOR JOHN HAGEE: Is the Devil in Him?

-He claims to believe there are “10 biblical signs” verifying that the end is near and that we have to hand our assets all over to the state of Israel. The stated hope in the minds of the reverend and his followers is: If they support Israel, they actually promote the possibility of the Second Coming. Israel is viewed by them as a useful tool for achieving Armageddon and the killing of 2 billion of the world’s people—except, of course, Hagee and his demented followers.


A Christian recently wrote to me asking for more clarity about John Hagee, whom I have called a heretic. Hagee has tried to defend himself against this oft-made charge, even revising his book and carefully denying belief in a dual covenant where Jews can be saved apart from Christ. Yet in his Christians United for Israel conferences held in most major cities, he enforces a strict policy of not mentioning Jesus, forbidding attendees to attempt to convert them. Hagee zealously trumpets the cause of political Zionism, believing Jewish control of all Palestine will hasten the Rapture, and puts this priority far ahead of bringing Christ to the Jewish people.

Pastor John Hagee Distributes $3.2 Million Video

Honouring, kissing and hagging Hagee surrounded by unbelieving Jews.

With Hagee there are several areas of concern for the discerning Christian. The first is his biblical qualification as a pastor.

-According to Personal Freedom Outreach during the mid 70’s while serving the Trinity Church in San Antonio, Hagee divorced his wife and married a member of his congregation, Diana Castro, the current Mrs. Hagee. In a letter to the congregation Hagee reportedly admitted to immorality and resigned. Custody of his 2 children went to his ex wife.

Hagee's "simple" explanation confirms his heretical views

Pastor John Hagee is apparently getting some heat for his recent heretical statement that Jesus did not come to earth to be the Jewish Messiah. One of our readers emailed him with her concerns and received this response from his ministry.

Hagee's approach is exactly what I expected. He claims not to be teaching a dual covenant belief system but rather that Jesus role as savior of the world was separate from his role as Messiah of the Jews. We will show from a biblical standpoint that this argument is manifestly untrue and that Hagee is still being deceitful in his selective interpretation of scripture.

Beware Of John Hagee's Antichrist Gospel

-Pastor John Hagee lives in a 5,275 square foot Greek revival mansion on a $2.1 million dollar 8,000 acre ranch. Clearly, Hagee has been paid off by Zionist Jews!!!

The Talmud EXPOSED!

-PROOF that the Talmud Refers to Jesus Christ as Balaam!

John Hagee Bold Satanic Hand Signs

“Evangelical churches will be the chief instrument to bring the New World Order to birth.” Jeremy Rifkin, New Age leader