John Hagee Writing Styles in Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change

John Hagee
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Structure

Point of View

John Hagee writes his book "Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change" in the first-person omniscience perspective. Hagee is a pastor who daily engages with faithful people on a very personal and religious level, and his use of the first-person narrative is only natural given his work. He is able to relate to people in a very personal way in the first person, and is able to draw on anecdotes and events from his own life in order to further advance his case. This allows readers to directly relate to Hagee, based on his own life experiences as well.

Language and Meaning

John Hagee writes his book "Four Blood Moons: Something Is About to Change" in language that is straightforward and religious, and which includes frequent Biblical passages and quotations. Hagee, a pastor, uses straightforward language in order to make his points clearly...

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