Blood Moons Rising by Mark Hitchcock

In 2014 and 2015, four lunar eclipses will occur.  The eclipses will occur during two significant Jewish festivals.  Prophecy experts are focused on this phenomenon because four blood moons have occurred at crucial times in the last millennium.  Mark Hitchcock has studied the blood moon phenomenon and shares his discoveries related to how current events intertwine with the significance of the blood moons.

I thought this book was very interesting.  What I appreciated the most about the book is the logical way in which Hitchcock presented the facts, without forcing his opinions on the readers.  Books don’t come around very often with clearly written, logical explanations for the authors point of view, without conjecture or opinions.  I thought Hitchcock did an excellent job explaining the significance of the blood moons so that even readers who are reading about it for the first time can understand the potential implications.

I also appreciated that Hitchcock stresses that although the occurrence of the blood moons could be significant, no one knows for sure what might occur.  I enjoyed the historical snapshots into leaders pinpointing dates of significance which were proven false.

If you are a fan of books that look at Bible prophecy, this book is for you.  It was very interesting and a quick read.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own.

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1 Response to Blood Moons Rising by Mark Hitchcock

  1. 2crazyblessed says:

    Can’t wait to read it! Thanks for the review!


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