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WATCH: John Hagee at Glenn Beck event: “I am Israeli!"
Beck's involvement in the three-day event was announced on Monday, with Hagee commending Beck for his widely syndicated social commentary. Scheduled to take place Sept. On the schedule are a variety of musical talents as well as preaching from Hagee. For his part, Beck will be speaking on Saturday, Sept. The Military Warriors Support Foundation will also be at the event to honor three combat-wounded heroes and Gold Star spouses by awarding them with mortgage-free homes. The announcement of Beck being involved in the event comes months after the Mormon pundit claimed that evangelical Christians who vote for Donald Trump "are not listening to their God.
BECK: From his mega-church in San Antonio, his message can be heard on television and radio throughout America and throughout the world. His newest book, "In Defense of Israel", warns of the impending nuclear threat caused by Iran. And it makes the case that the U. And is the apocalypse almost upon us? The Reverend John Hagee joins me for an hour of honest questions, tonight. Some people say that he speaks his mind and he says the things that nobody is willing to say anymore.
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Last time I was at Caesarea was for an Ehud Banai concert, my idol. Having Glenn Beck, John Hagee, thousands of pumped, middle-aged and above evangelicals, a few hundred settlers and an Israeli choir singing Holocaust hymns — all on your home turf — can frighten even the bravest of souls. It was a fairly solemn event. But things only really started to pick up when they brought out Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, from the settlement of Efrat — who in my humble opinion is a wasted talent. This guy should be running a mega-church in the bible belt. Efrat is way too small for him. And here is Jon Voight, who came all the way to Caesarea to talk about Israelis who know the bible so well and dig things up all the time.
On radio this morning, Pastor John Hagee, founder and national chairman of Christians United for Israel , joined Glenn to discuss the growing trend of evangelical Christians lending their support to Palestine and the theory behind his new book Four Blood Moons , in which he argues the scientific and Biblical reasons Christians should support Israel. He's been standing up and saying the things no matterwhat anybody says about him. And he is bringing to our attention a new George Soros plan banded by the Open Society Institute to go into our evangelical churches and convince the youth that Israel is the problem in the Middle East. It is highly coordinated and, well, evil. Pastor Hagee explained the efforts have been going on for a couple of years now, and it is an attempt to convince the 18 to year-old members of the evangelical churches that Palestinians are suffering at the hands of Israelis. He is sending them over there.