Dispensationalism is the theological underpinning of Neo-Christian Zionism. In this 22 minute podcast Chuck Carlson and members of We Hold These Truths discuss what Dispensationalism is all about and the giant word switch employed to deceive millions of evangelical Christians in this "Faith Based, Anti-Reality." References discussed in the program: "What Is Dispensationalism" by David Levi of Friends of Israel, "Holocaust II: Saving Israel From Suicide" by Patrick Hurley (republished by WHTT under the title "One Nation Under Israel")
Adherents to Neo-Christian Zionism theology are doing their best to appear like they are part of mainstream Christianity with a theolgy, they claim, that goes back to the early days of Christianity. This 13 minute podcast is an introduction to a series of programs that we will look into the various claims and aspects of what we call Neo-Christian Zionism (we added the "Neo" because it is a new variation of Christianity). We'll be looking into such confusing terms like "dispensationalism," "Christian Palestinianism," "replacement theology" and "The Rapture." Below is a background paper by Craig Hanson on Dr. Paul Wilkinson, mentioned in our podcast. References: "Brutality Blind Churches Invent Labels for Palestine Sympathetic Christians," "Prophets Who Prohesy Lies in My Name."
Neo-Christian Zionists need to make their dubious theology look holy and true. So, one of their dodges is to call un-believers of the notion that the modern state of Israel is a fulfillment of Biblical prophecy, adherents of "Replacement Thelogy." In this unique and insightful, 21 minute podcast, Craig Hanson, Chuck Carlson and Tom Compton explain what "Replacement Theology" is and how it is used by Neo-Christian Zionists to defend their new theology, that has been evolving for over 100 year and masquerading as traditional Christianity. References in the podcast include" "These Brothers of Mine: A Theology of Land and Family and a response to Christian Zionism" by Dr. Rob Dalrymple; a podcast on "Christian Palestinianism": "Christian Zionism: Mean-Spirited Religiosity Trumping Faith And Compassion."
The idea of Christ Followers supporting political Israel is a movement no more than 70 years old, having no roots in, nor identity with the Evangelical Movement that helped to found and define America. This development has led Chuck Carlson to conclude that Christian Zionism is neo-Christianity, a new form of Christianity. In this 24 minute podcast, Chuck Carlson discusses his article by the same title and expands upon it with the help of Craig Hanson and Tom Compton. [Links referenced in the program: "Christian Zionism: The World’s Newest Religion (article)," "A Theological Response to Christian Zionism By Dr. Rob Dalrymple (podcast)" and "James Perloff on Christian Zionism and the New World Order (podcast)."]