All movements and schools of theology have those in their ranks with more extreme views than the majority. Christian Zionism is no exception. Unfortunately, the views of a very small minority of Christian Zionists are often used by Israel's Christian enemies to distort the truth about the entire movement -- and to propagate claims that are either clearly unfounded or grossly exaggerated.
Christian Zionism is Biblical Zionism, firmly rooted in the whole Bible. Centuries of Christian leaders and theologians have ascribed to this movement, going back to the early Church.
In contrast, anti-Israel Christian circles often teach heretical beliefs, such as Palestinian Liberation Theology, Palestinian Christianity, and wholesale disregard for large portions of the Old Testament. These Christian leaders are often guilty of the sin of anti-Semitism -- and choose to align with radical Islamists, instead of God's chosen people, the Nation of Israel.
In Defense of Christian Zionism, by Rev. Malcolm Hedding, ICEJ, July 2006
Christian Zionism in Balance, by Rev. Malcolm Hedding, ICEJ, March 2011
Extreme Positions of the Anti-Israel Christian Movement
'Jesus Was A Palestinian': The Return of Christian Anti-Semitism, by Melanie Phillips, Commentary, June 2014
Palestinian Liberation Theology, by Christopher J. Katulka, Friends of Israel July/Aug 2012
Palestinian Liberation Theology, by Shelley Neese, Front Page Magazine, April 20, 2007
Jesus the 'Palestinian': 10 Errors of Christian Palestinianism, by Rev. James Showers, Friends of Israel, January/February 2013
The Palestinian Jesus, by Jim Fletcher, Balfour Post, June 2013.
Beware the new axis of Evangelicals and Islamists, by Melanie Phillips, March 6, 2009 Daily Mail
American Christians for the Muslim Brotherhood, by Ryan Mauro, Institute on Religion and Democracy, August 2, 2012
A Florida Megachurch Pastor's Islamist Associations, by Ryan Mauro, Front Page Magazine, April 8, 2013