A report from the frontlines.
Adrift on a flood of speculation.
It may have already played a role in some countries’ orientation toward Israel.
Is opposing the Iran deal really pandering to Jews?
Born again twice.
A growing number of them are rethinking their support.
A small group of communal leaders, activists, and lecturers has been working to undermine Christian support for Israel—with some worrying success.
In their zeal to delegitimize Israel, some mainline Protestant churches, joined by an alarming cohort of evangelicals, are busily traducing both truth and history.
If an evangelical group that brings Christians to Israel wishes to advance peace, it should stop engaging “experts” who demonize both Jews and the Jewish state.
To prevent an evangelical turn away from Israel, Christian leaders should focus on our common origins, not on what will happen at the end of days.
Claims that younger American evangelicals have been turning away from Israel are overstated.
A group of American evangelicals claiming to be both pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian does not so much promote reconciliation as acquiesce in Palestinian rejectionism.
Despite what some of my respondents say, something fundamental is changing inside the evangelical movement, and it bodes ill for Israel.
Why Americans support Israel.