"Some cosmic events are, well, once in a blue moon. Others, like the return of Halle's Comet, are possible to catch maybe twice.
But this Friday's near-total lunar eclipse â€” the longest of the century and the first of this length in 580 years â€” is truly once-in-a-lifetime (or, more accurately, many lifetimes).
On the morning of Friday, Nov. 19, the full Beaver Moon will take place in a 97%-total lunar eclipse, according to NASA, meaning that nearly all of the moon's surface will be shrouded in the Earth's shadow."
On the broadcast today, I will look at some of the Biblical Lessons we can draw from this Eclipse.
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