Todd Leopold writing in an article for CNN states, “There will be blood in September — literally, according to the Internet postings of end-times believers.” Actually, there won’t be any literal blood, and that’s what’s wrong with the entire blood moon prophetic claim. I’ll come back to this crucial point
Millions of Christians have become fascinated with the new Blood Moon Theology. The Drudge Report’s lead headline for April 4, 2015 is “‘Blood Moon’ Rises.” More than a dozen books have been written on the subject and countless articles both for and against the prophetic significance of so-called. The lunar events are
In addition to Sharia law and killing for Allah for a first-class ticket to the Islamic version of heaven with 72 virgins based on a reading in the hadith, there’s an end-of-the-world aspect to Islam. Here’s how Joel Rosenberg, author of a number prophecy books, has been addressing the topic
“I am a student of world history,” John “Blood Moons” Hagee says, “and you can wrap up world history in 25 words or less and here it is: the nations that blessed Israel prospered and the nations that cursed Israel were destroyed by the hand of God. . . .
As I’ve written in two previous articles about the upcoming Blood Moons in 2014/2015, (here and here), there are a number of Christian writers who claim that they will signal some type of end-time prophetic event. These types of speculations have a long and anti-climatic history. On December 31, 1979,
Prophecy prognosticators are gearing up for a new round of end-time speculation based on the belief that a tetrad of blood moons in 2014 and 2015 are a prelude or postlude to some prophetic event. See my article “Will Four Blood Moons Usher in the Second Coming?” for an introduction
For centuries prophecy writers have been predicting prophetic events based on a whole host of supposed end-time indicators. The latest prophetic speculation centers around four “blood moons” — called a “tetrad” — that will occur in 2014/2015 may have something to do with the “rapture” or some other unnamed prophetic