|Jonathan David Cahn|
|Occupation:|| Occupation Messianic Rabbi/Pastor
Biblical Scholar Author Speaker
|Books written:||The Harbinger, The. mystery of the shemitah|
|Born||September 25 1959 in New York City.|
Jonathan David Cahn is a Messianic Jewish Rabbi and pastor. Messianic Judaism is a movement that combines Christianity—most importantly, the Christian belief that Jesus is the Messiah— with elements of Judaism and Jewish culture.  Cahn is best known for his best selling novel The Harbinger, in which he compares the United States and the September 11, 2001 attacks to ancient Israel and the destruction of the Kingdom of Israel. In particular, he sees Isaiah 9:10 as a prophetic warning to the United States.
Cahn's prophies aren't reliable.
Messianic Rabbi, Jonathan Cahn was confronted on one TV program, when one of his major promoters discovered that his date-setting predictions (of supposed coming calamities on America) ended up denying Jesus as the Messiah had him admit he based his book using calculations based on his own privately concocted new Hebrew Calendar, which never even existed.