Almost from its inception Christian leaders have attempted to predict the second coming of Jesus based on their interpretations of vaguely defined signs suggested in scriptures. All have failed and yet this doesn’t keep the self-anointed from rearing their ugly heads every few generations affirming THIS TIME that the end is truly here.
The latest of these jokers is Matthew Hagee, the son of the millionaire televangelist John Hagee based in the heart of the bible belt out of San Antonio, Texas. The younger Hagee apparently has plans on inheriting his father’s holy snake oil sells enterprise that has enabled him to purchase a $2.1 million dollar 7,969 acre ranch “with not one, but FIVE lodges, a managers house, a gun locker, a smoke house, a skeet range and three barns.” This wealthy lifestyle the Hagees enjoy is anathema to the apostolic tradition.
In a recent Broadcast from the Hagee Hotline young Matthew has jumped on the climate denier band wagon to position himself as the latest of the dooms day prophets
“The Bible says that whenever we approach the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ,” Hagee explained, “that there would be strange weather patterns. Jesus said this in Matthew the twenty-fifth chapter. So we have a decision to make: do we believe what an environmentalist group says and choose to live in a world where we’re attempting to make everything as clean in the air as possible, or do we believe what the Bible says, that these things were going to happen and that rather than try to clean up all of the air and solve all of the problems of the world by eliminating factories, we should start to tell people about Jesus Christ who is to return?” SOURCE