Blood Moon — Fourth and Final Round

Previous newsletters have discussed the astronomical details of the popular “Blood Moon” eschatology.  An archive of these installments is found  here on our website.  In summary, it has been explained that the Hebrew feasts of Passover and Sukkot are given in Scripture as occurring at the Full Moons of spring and fall, respectively, while total lunar eclipses also necessarily occur … Continue reading

“Blood Moon” — Round 3

Blood Moon – Round 3 Friends, I’ve already discussed the “Blood Moon” craze in detail in previous newsletters, along with my skepticism.  These articles are archived as follows…. “Blood Moon?” (April 7, 2014) “Blood Moon: Round 2 (October 5, 2014) If you haven’t already done so, you might want to read those commentaries, since they are not repeated here in … Continue reading

“Blood Moon”???

“Blood Moon”?    An eclipse of the Moon occurs when the Moon enters the Earth’s shadow.  The best eclipses are when the Moon enters the Earth’s umbra, or full shadow.  There is a stage of every partial and total eclipse when the Moon passes through the penumbra, or partial shadow of the Earth.  This stage is hard to even notice, and … Continue reading

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