Yes, Christians who support Israel are insensitive to God the Father who wants justice against the Jews for killing His Only Begotten Son Jesus Christ (The Gospels in the New Testament emphasize this point!). God’s demand for justice against Jews (“Let His blood be on us and our children!”) is perpetual in nature and will not stop until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Supporting Israel is anathema to God because the New Testament emphasizes that it was the Jews that killed Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ directly condemns Jerusalem (the capital of the country of Israel) for killing God’s prophets. Those who support Israel do not care about the Word of God and its condemnation of Jerusalem and Israel in the New Testament.
God will punish Christians and their children and loved ones for supporting the Jewish nation of Israel which killed God’s Only Begotten Son.
The Pharisees were Zionists and today’s descendants of the Pharisees, who are leaders of Rabbinic Judaism around the world, are Zionists. How many Rabbinic Jews have you met who are not Zionists? The Pharisees hated Jesus Christ because Jesus Christ was anti-Zionists and attacked Jewish cities and the Jerusalem Temple. The Pharisees believed that Israel was the Chosen Nation of God and that was the most important thing to emphasize. They were willing to kill anyone who attacked their Zion theology. Do you see the correlation between the Pharisees and today’s American Christian Zionists? They are the same kind of people who emphasize the same kind of things. If Jesus Christ came to America today and say the same things He said in the New Testament (obviously, Christ wants us to preach the Gospels, literally!), then Jesus Christ would be killed by these so-called Christian Zionists who want to protect Jewish Israel because it is “Chosen Nation”. Jesus Christ (or His representatives on earth, like St. Stephen) would be killed by these so-called Christian Zionists on the very same principles. This is why Christian Zionism is absolutely wrong from the Bible perspective. Jesus Christ never told anyone to support the Jewish state of Israel, anywhere in the Gospels, because Jesus Christ wanted His disciples to oppose Zionism, Jerusalem, and Jewish Israel. Now, these Christian Zionists are directly opposed to the Gospels and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Of course, they are like the Pharisees of the Gospels who kill Jesus Christ and disciples of Jesus Christ in order to protect the Jewish nation of Israel. If you are a Christian Zionist, you must repent and turn back to the Lord Jesus Christ and His teaching in the Gospels, because if you are not for Him, you are against Him. You are siding with Christ’s enemies, the very people who killed Jesus Christ in order to protect Zionist principles and the Jewish nation of Israel.
Denial. When there is pain, there could be
denial. When there is rejection, there could be denial. The fact that Jesus Christ cursed Jewish cities often solicits denial, because it causes pain and it is a form of extreme rejection. This may be most pronounced among Jewish Christians, especially those who are sensitive about their Jewish roots (like in the Book of Galatians). We are a product of our past and our heritage, to a large extent. It is not always easy to escape our blood-kinship ties or leave behind that which is so familiar to us. Some new converts to Christianity hold on to them and sometimes this ultimately brings about their downfall. In some Christian denominations, over 10% of the clergy are Jewish converts to Christianity. There is nothing wrong with that, and true Christians welcome more conversions from Jews and people of other religions. But whatever our heritage, our past, or our blood, we cannot deny the Bible. Bible clearly emphasized that Jesus Christ cursed Jewish cities. The better question is to ask why? Luke 10:13-14 provides an explanation in the sayings of Jesus Christ: “ We see here that Jesus Christ cursed Jewish cities because Jews rejected Jesus Christ. Woe to you, Chorazin! Woe to you, Bethsaida! For if the miracles had been performed in Tyre and Sidon which occurred in you, they would have repented long ago, sitting in sackcloth and ashes. But it will be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon in the judgment than for you….”