Last month at Christian Research Network, I weighed in with my own article, "Implications of the Harbinger." In that post, I primarily based my concerns upon statements that have been made by author Jonathan Cahn in various interviews. In short, as a student of God's Word, I cannot accept Cahn's claim that Isaiah 9:10 sets forth a principle and a pattern that is now being carried out in America. Until such a thing can be demonstrated by Scripture (through use of a proper biblical hermeneutic) and history, then the foundation of this book must be rejected as faulty.
All of this I write by means of introduction. At Apprising Ministries, pastor-teacher Ken Silva has formulated a careful and measured response to the Harbinger hullabaloo, including part of his email exchange with Jonathan Cahn, who contacted Silva and Christian Research Network in regard to my aforementioned article. Silva writes:
Remember, even Satan can read and our Lord did warn us — “Every kingdom divided against itself is laid waste, and no city or house divided against itself will stand” (Matthew 12:25). Well, as you’re about to see, sadly even within this community of online apologetics and discernment ministries we see a possible coming divide.
What would appear to be at the root of this particular difference is a book called The Harbinger (TH) by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn. For more background I point you to The Harbinger: Prophetic Fact Or Fickle Fiction? There I referred you to three different well-written reviews of TH by Gary Gilley, Larry DeBruyn, and David James.
Implications of The Harbinger
Chris Rosebrough's 2¢ on The Harbinger
Is The Harbinger Fact or Fiction?