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Who is Christopher Hagee, John Hagee’s Son



Christopher Hagee

John Hagee had a son with his ex-wife, Martha Downing. His name is Christopher Hagee.

John Charles Hagee is an American pastor and televangelist. He is the founder of John Hagee Ministries, which is broadcast in the US and Canada.

Additionally, Hagee is the founder and leader of the Christian Zionist group Christians United for Israel.

Hagee is politically engaged and well-known for his pro-Israel activities.

His remarks on the Catholic Church, Jews, and Islam, as well as his support of the blood moon prophesy, have also stirred some controversy.

Who is Christopher Hagee?

Christopher is John Hagee’s son with his first wife Martha.

Not many details are known about him and he seems not to have any social media account. However, his Siblings are Tish Hagee, Sandy Hagee, Christina Hagee, and Matthew Hagee.

Christopher’s mother is Martha Downing. John and Martha got married in the year 1960 and divorced in 1975 — They spent fifteen years together.

John Hagee Career

Beginning in 1966, Hagee established a number of churches in San Antonio, Texas. As each church outgrew its former location, Hagee eventually established the Cornerstone Church in 1987.

Hagee began hosting “A Night to Honor Israel” events in San Antonio in 1981 as a way to promote the State of Israel in the wake of Operation Opera.

Hagee has participated in politics. He supported George Wallace’s presidential campaign in 1968. His campaigning included setting up and leading the “Wallace Youth” youth movement.

In 1996, Hagee spoke on behalf of Republican presidential primary candidate Alan Keyes, who in 2004 lost the U.S. Senate election in Illinois to Barack Obama.

In 2002, Hagee endorsed the conservative State Representative John Shields in the latter’s unsuccessful bid for the Republican primary for the District 25 seat in the Texas Senate. 

In 2008, Hagee endorsed Senator John McCain in the presidential contest against Barack Obama.

In 2016, Hagee endorsed Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

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