Just after Islamic terrorists crashed jetliners into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field on September 11, 2001, several national Christian figures drew widespread criticism for suggesting the attack on America may have been an indication of God’s judgment on the country. They thought the devastating attacks by America’s enemies might have been successful because of the nation’s willful abandonment of God and His principles.
But no one dared make that case again until 2012, when a then-obscure messianic rabbi from New Jersey wrote a book, “The Harbinger,” that became a New York Times bestseller. Jonathan Cahn not only repeated the suggestion, but provided persuasive evidence to make the case. Ever since then, he’s been preaching his warning with fervor. He did so again on the 15th anniversary of 9/11 at an event in Washington, where there was a call for prayer and repentance by believers in America as the only way to restore peace, prosperity and justice in the land. READ MORE