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Blood Moon Lunacy [Kindle Edition]

J. P. Holding
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Book Description

John Hagee, Mark Biltz, and other prophecy writers claim that the upcoming occurrence of four "blood moons" (lunar eclipses) indicate that something significant is about to happen in terms of Biblical prophecy. In Blood Moon Lunacy, internet apologist James Patrick Holding exposes the errors of Hagee and Biltz, showing that their arguments are exegetically unsound, illogical, and heavily reliant on the telling of only partial truths about both history and astronomy.

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  • File Size: 178 KB
  • Print Length: 24 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tekton Apologetics (March 23, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00J7WN3NS
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #535,949 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2.0 out of 5 stars Let's wait and see. August 16, 2014
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As the author pointed out both Hagee and Biltz take the position that this tetrad is significant with regard to end-times events, perhaps even prophetic. As with all prophecy we must take a wait and see attitude.

And as other reviewers have stated this book is mostly a Hagee bashing with a chapter or so given to Biltz bashing. Nevertheless, the writer presented some legitimate reasons for why he does not go along with the current hype about the tetrad of 2014-2015, but he seemed to be lumping all the blood moon theorists into one pot, taking from all and criticizing them all as one, i.e. throwing out the baby with the bathwater. Regardless of how one sees the current teaching that the coming tetrad is a message from God to mankind, to Israel or is without any meaning at all, this author came across as one who is simply jumping on the band-wagon for profit. Otherwise he would simply have posted his critique on his facebook or twitter page and spread it far and wide for free. This book seemed to me to be superficially critical and lacking in respectful for the Christians with whom the author disagrees.

I doubt that I will purchase another book by this author if there is one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Okay, but weak April 5, 2015
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There were a few noteworthy observations here, but each of the arguments presented could quite easily be turned and used against Holding -- so don't purchase this booklet expecting to find a resounding defeat of eclipses and blood moons as a form of further "signs and validations" of God's sovereignty. Regardless of where one stands on this issue, the arguments herein are weak and easily turned.

Since Holding's eBook is so short, and it does cost more than some of the other books in this genre, it would be unfair to deconstruct it here as a review would end up covering most of the book's content. However, don't purchase it expecting too much.

The book could be summed up as... Hagee (80 percent of the booklet) and others find ways to sell books on prophesy, and by choosing to sell an eBook by a similar title, Holding too appears to be out to make a quick buck.

If you still wish to see what you will find, Holding does look at each of the Blood Moon Tetrads since the resurrection of Jesus to the present day. That is perhaps his greatest contribution to the debate.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Lunacy: Gets to the point September 5, 2014
By Dale
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The author gets to the point; quickly acknowledges serious flaws in the Blood Moon "prophecy"; and debunks John Hagee and Mark Biltz's unfounded theory. "Blood Moon Lunacy" is short, but it gets the job done: 3 stars.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Mariano
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After setting the premise and introducing the issues; the bulk of the book focuses on the claims being made about blood moon tetrads, solar eclipses.
Just because the latest "newspaper theology" trend is appealing to blood moons, etc. does not mean that they have had any historic or theological significance.
Holding considers everything from whether significant event really did occur to Israel during past tetrads and even whether they could see the eclipses from their locale.
Considering Holding’s evidence based conclusions; it appears that blood moon lunacy will be the latest on the huge pile of discarded proclamations and the latest embarrassment for Bible believers…until, the next fad rears its ugly head.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too cynical August 8, 2014
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Great perspective on moons... Did not appreciate the way he wrote against yhosevwho oppose his view. No need for that. The truth speaks for itself.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Faulted Tone April 5, 2014
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My only objection was the tone of the argument, which of course is present in the title. Holding is dealing with a brother in Christ, and ,while his information and reasoning are to the point, his attitude is not brotherly.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Will the real "huckster" please stand up? December 3, 2014
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After reading the sample I understand that there is no substance in his book. He explains that John Hagee is a "huckster" by recounting the mistakes of others. If John Hagee is wrong, he should simply expose ways Mr. Hagee is wrong. I suspect that Mr. Holding is the "huckster".
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4.0 out of 5 stars Better than average May 1, 2014
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Presents an excellent perspective of the blood moon issue. Well researched in my opinion and cuts to the chase. Short read and easily understood
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