November 7, 2007 - While his underlying message may OR may not be doctrinally sound, I have a major problem with John Hagee's choice of words in this--his latest book promotion. His statements are heresy at worst; doctrinally misleading at best.
Mr. Hagee, you, sir, should be ashamed of yourself, and it is my guess that you've some serious explaining to do.
Other statements made by Hagee in the following promotion for his latest book:
"[I'm delighted to present my latest book, 'In Defense of Israel'] It will prove that the Jewish people as a whole did not reject Jesus as the Messiah. It will prove that Jesus did not come to be the Messiah. It will prove that there was a Calvary conspiracy between Rome, the High Priest, and Herod to execute Jesus as an insurrectionist too dangerous to live. Since Jesus never claimed by word or by deed to be the Messiah, how could the Jews be blamed for rejecting what was never offered? Read it in this shocking expose in defense of Israel."