One of the joys of genealogy is the challenge of playing detective, but if one doesn't appreciate this, it must be immensely frustrating. The current profile for Holland-715 is a collection of bits and pieces which don't add up.
From the Family Search entry, we know that a John Holland was baptized (or christened, if you will) in 1602 at St. Andrews Church, Devon, England. We know that this John Holland's father was John, but we don't know anything else about John Holland, the father. This appears to be the source of the "born before" date in the date field for Holland-715, which is not backed up by a source in the narrative.
We also know that the narrative contains a birth date 20 years earlier whose source is an ancestry.com genealogy. It is not likely that this is the same person, because the Church of England practice was baptisms within the first year after birth.
The question is regarding parentage, which is also confused, and there really isn't enough information to answer any of the questions. A good detective would keep combing for more information, the better documentation the better, until there are enough puzzle pieces to see how they fit together!