Simply Christiasn is good. Right now I'm reading Hank Hanegraaf's Thwe Apocalypse Code, which is a critique of the end-times and Christian Zionist theology of LaHaye and Jenkins, Lindsay, Hagee and Van Impe. IMHO this is Hank's best. His main thesis is that Revelation and other bibilical apocalyptic literature should be interpreted in light of the rest of the Bible. He maintains that Revelation was written during the Neronian persecutions before the Temple was destroyed by Vespasan; thus the thrust of the book is to enourae Christians about to face persecutions by Nero. Had it been written in AD 95 as LaHaye insists, John surely would've referenced the most traumatic event in Jewish national history, not to mention an event Jesus himself prophesied.
Hanegraaf does a great job of exposing the bizarre, heretical theology behind Christian Zionism. He quotes John Hagee as saying that rather than the Jews reject Jesus, Jesus rejected the Jews, coming only to the Gentiles:
"If Jesus refused by his words or actions to claim to be the Messiah to the Jews, then how can the Jews be blamed for rejecting what was never offered?" Indeed, according to Hagee, "the [Jewish] people wanted him [Jesus] to be their Messiah, but he absolutely refused . . . The Jews were not rejecting Jesus as Messiah, it was Jesus who was refusing to be the Messiah to the Jews!"