1. Hagee highlights certain phrases of the biblical text to emphasize his interpretation of certain biblical passages.
Bible: "He shall pay no respect to the gods of his ancestors, or to the one beloved by women; he shall pay no respect to any other god..." (Daniel 11:37 - NRSV).
Hagee: "He shall regard neither the God of his fathers nor the desire of women, nor regard any god..." (Final Dawn Over Jerusalem, 156; citing the NKJV)
Here Hagee italicizes the second phrase of the NKJV translation (which is similar to the KJV) to support the opinion of "some theologians" that the Antichrist will be a homosexual. However, the NRSV (also the RSV, NIV, NAB, and many other modern English translations) are closer to the original meaning of this phrase in the Hebrew Bible.2. Hagee interprets the Bible "literally".
Hagee argues that "using the allegorical method of biblical interpretation, you can create a theology that says anything you want it to say. It's not truth. It's God's word twisted to tell a lie" (Final Dawn over Jerusalem, 97).3. Hagee conveys his own personal opinions as if they were irrefutable facts.
Continually, Hagee uses the first two elements in an attempt to persuade the reader to believe the messages he is trying to convey.