- Paperback: 224 pages
- Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. (April 1, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1414397089
- ISBN-13: 978-1414397085
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.2 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 131 customer reviews
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About the Author
Mark Hitchcock is the author of nearly 20 books related to end-time Bible prophecy, including Middle East Burning and 101 Answers to Questions About the Book of Revelation. He earned a ThM and PhD from Dallas Theological Seminary and is the senior pastor of Faith Bible Church in Edmond, Oklahoma. He has worked as an adjunct professor at DTS, and he and his wife, Cheryl, have two sons.
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Mark Biltz first noticed some rather unusual correlations between a tetrad of Blood Moons with a solar eclipse in the middle and he related it to certain historical events.John Hagee took his teaching and expanded on it, and popularized it. It's a really interesting idea.
Up till now I haven't seen a good clear point by point analysis and counter argument covering the whole controversy. There are 2 good articles on the Berean Call and Answers in Genesis, but both articles are brief and not as gentle in tone as Mark Hitchcock's book.
As other reviewers note, the tone of this book is very friendly towards Mark Biltz and John Hagee while respectfully disagreeing. The analysis is of their writings on this subject is calm and respectful and never devolves into straw man argumentation, or character assassination. This is refreshing. People can and should disagree kindly and politely which is something I've noticed about Mark Hitchcocks writing in the past. Mark remains a friendly and sympathetic voice in the discussion. This makes for a better book if not a better tone within Christianity.
I had my concerns with the Blood Moons hypothesis, and wanted something easy reading that I could recommend to others if they wanted an opposing point of view before making up their mind about this.
I like to read something from both sides of any argument, but particularly when something is sweeping into church on a tidal wave of popularity. When it verges on date setting which Hagee kind of hints at but never quite says, it's important to have something to combat the silly stuff.
Great book, glad I got it.
I enjoyed reading all three of these books, I feel that Mark Hitchcock really brought everything together in his book. I'm glad I read the other two books first and read Mark Hitchcock's book last. He puts things into perspective and really pulled all the parts together in a clear and understandable way. His book was in my opinion the one book that stayed on subject and covered more from early on with the subject at hand. If one was to only wish to read one book on the subject of Blood Moons then I believe this would be the choice to make. I still think that reading all three books mentioned above with give the reader a great perspective overall and that is what I would recommend.