Sojourners, a magazine that caters to liberal Evangelical Protestants in the United States, has misinformed its readers about Christians in Israel, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in a big way.
The WCC's recent statement about Christians in the Middle East is a tour de force of evasion, mendacity and cowardice. It promotes an obsession with Israel and downplays the horrific impact of Islamism on the region.
Presbyterian writer Rev. Ben Daniel missed some important facts about the founders of Zaytuna College in Berkley, California in his recent book.
A Sabeel Activist from Ohio is using the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem to attack Israel and to downplay Islamist hostility toward Christians in the Holy Land.
Comedian Jon Lovitz demonstrated a greater capacity for moral discernment and reasoning than some Christian peacemakers during the Pillar of Defense Operation.
In a letter sent to Congress early last month, Christian leaders engaged in an obvious attempt to blacken Israel's name.
A 2010 movie produced by Kensington Church in Michigan is emblematic of how megachurches can use their influence to promote an inaccurate view of the Arab-Israeli conflict.
On August 20, 2012, a group of 50 young Palestinians attacked a Christian housing project. The attack went largely unnoticed by the same outlets that covered the desecration of a monastery in Latroun, Israel.
A “Quick Study Guide” on Middle East History produced by BarCharts Inc. omits crucial aspects of the region's history.
CAMERA ran this advertisement in The Wall Street Journal deploring the refusal of CBS News and 60 Minutes to correct factual errors in its "Christians in the Holy Land" broadcast.