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See 'Four Blood Moons' -- on the big screen today

An encore presentation of the faith-themed film “Four Blood Moons” is being shown around the country today at select theaters, including two in the Oklahoma City metro area.

The film is showing at 4:30, 7:30 and 10:20 p.m. at Cinemark Tinseltown, 6001 N Martin Luther King and at 7:30 p.m. at Quail Springs AMC Theater, 2501 W Memorial Road.

The film is based on televangelist and author John Hagee’s book by the same name.

Hagee is among Christian evangelists and others who have said there is a connection to the four total lunar eclipses that have recently occurred on the dates of Jewish holidays.

In "Four Blood Moons: Something Is About to Change," Hagee, senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, asserts that something significant is about to happen regarding Israel because of the blood moons -- lunar eclipses -- that occur during the Jewish holidays of Passover and Sukkot in 2014 and 2015.

“Four Blood Moons” debuted at theaters for a one-night-only event on March 23, and the encore presentations today, April 9, are designed to give people one more opportunity to see the film.

The film reportedly includes insight from historians, religious scholars and commentators. Experts appearing in the movie include filmmaker, speaker and author Dinesh D'Souza; radio host and author Dennis Prager; author and historian David Barton; research originator Mark Biltz; and author and television host Erick Stakelbeck.

For more information, go to www.fourbloodmoonsmovie.com.

Carla Hinton

Religion Editor

 

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Carla Hinton

Carla Hinton, an Oklahoma City native, joined The Oklahoman in 1986 as a National Society of Newspaper Editors minority intern. She began reporting full-time for The Oklahoman two years later and has served as a beat writer covering a wide... Read more ›

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