Did Jonathan Cahn ever predict a cataclysmic event would take place on Sept. 13? Did the bestselling author of “The Harbinger” and “The Mystery of the Shemitah” ever predict one would happen in September 2015? No. But just as a new movie about Cahn’s life, “The Harbinger Man,” is about to be released, a blogger from the Norman Lear-founded People for the American Way, a George Soros-funded organization, accused him of doing just that. “Of course, Cahn declared that this potential disaster would occur on an exact date,” writes Brian Tashman.

Cahn has never made any such prediction or prophecy concerning dates or time periods but rather wrote about historic patterns of the seven-year cycle in his book “The Mystery of the Shemitah.” All references to this pattern have been accompanied with a word of caution that God “didn’t have to do anything on Sept. 13,” or any other specific date, nor does God have to comply with anyone’s calendar or expectation. “You can’t put God in a box,” Cahn said last August when he started promoting his book, a mantra he continued to repeat in virtually every interview since. This word of caution was also in the book itself. CONTINUE