Monday, May 19, 2014

Blood Moon Rising by Mark Hitchcock

If you've read anything by Mark Hitchcock, you may be surprised at his conclusions of this book about the moon.

It is certainly interesting to look at the history of the moons rising red during the times of the Jewish festivals. But we don't want to give too much away as to what Hitchcock thinks and concludes about prophecy and the end times hysteria.

This is very easy to read. You won't have to worry about getting an End Times dictionary out to understand the jargon as with other Revelation-like books.

Hitchcock provides an open swath of approaches. Almost a who's-who of thinkers/scholars when it comes to this sort of work. Then he pulls the reader along to his own ideas.

Some will scoff, others will nod in agreement. The bottom line is I don't think he'll change many minds with this book. I think the lines have already been drawn and the teams have been set in stone. No one is changing their minds.

Having said that, I will repeat, this was a very easy read.

This book was provided for review, at no cost, by Tyndale Publishing.

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