"Two letters in the September 2015 issue of the 'Anglican Journal' miss the mark in regard to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict ('One rule for readers and another for contributors ?' by John Dalton and 'One-sided' by M.C. Barnard,p. 4). In his June 2015 article ('Christian Zionism a "heresy", says Anglican priest'), Neale Adams was simply naming Christian Zionism for what it is, a pernicious heresy. This is not name-calling, as Dalton asserts, but simple naming: it's the term you would use if searching the subject via Google. Barnard's letter repeats the tired refrains offered by the Israeli government and Zionists in general, that Israel is the innocent victim and Palestinians the offending terrorists. While calling Cheryl-Ann Archibald's letter ('Anti-Zionism doesn't mean anti-Semitism', Jan. 2015, p. 5) one-sided, it then itself gives a one-sided (Israeli government) view of the situation".