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Four Blood Moons John Hagee Versus Joel and The Apostles

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4 Blood Moons: John Hagee Verses Joel and the Apostles

John Hagee has written a book that is currently a NYT best seller called "Four Blood Moons" Something Is About To Happen. In the book he begins by citing a verse which Dispensationalist Christian Zions have used for years to say refers to the coming of Christ in 70 A.D. In fact, they have rather used Matthew 24 to teach a future coming by distinguishing between Matthew 24:15 and Luke 21:20-22 saying the former refers to something future and the latter refers to something past.

Luke 21 A.D. 70 or Future Return of Christ?

Hagee now uses the Olivet discourse in Luke 21, contrary to other dispensationalists such as Thomas Ice who apply the text to Christ's return in judgment  upon Jerusalem in 70 A.D., because of his presuppositions about the Four Blood Moons.

In today's message we examine the fallacies of the Christian Zionist view advocated by John Hagee and demostrate how the Bible is being manipulated to teach a doctrine which had detrimental consequences for the church and worldview.

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