Does the future of Israel depend upon American Christians? Michael Freund thinks so. Moreover, the voice of America's Christians may be the force that saves the West:
Nothing less than US military action is going to deter Teheran from pursuing its nuclear goals. Threats of sanctions and finger-wagging have failed to do the job.
Europe is hopelessly weak and conciliatory, and the United Nations is completely inept. There is one man, and one man alone, whom God has put in a position to stop Iran, and that man's name is George W. Bush.
But the president is under attack, as the media and his critics do their utmost to tear him down. They hate him and everything he stands for, and will stop at nothing to spoil his remaining time in office.
The president is a good man, and a man of faith. He knows what needs to be done; but like any leader, he also needs to hear from those who put him in office.
And that, dear Christians, is where you come in to play.
With your size and your influence, and yes, with your faith, it is you who can make a difference at this critical juncture for Israel and the West.