Stephen Sizer

Stephen Robert Sizer (born 27 July 1953)[1] is the former vicar of the Anglican parish of Christ Church, Virginia Water, in SurreyEngland. Sizer is known for his opposition to Christian Zionism, which is the basis of his 2004 PhD thesis[2] and the focus of his published works.[3][4]

In October 2012, the Board of Deputies of British Jews lodged a complaint against Sizer with the Church of England under the Clergy Discipline Measure alleging that he had made anti-Semitic statements and published links to anti-Semitic web sites.[5] Although he did not admit culpability, at a conciliation meeting in October 2013 Sizer agreed to have his online web usage monitored.[6]

In 2015, the Board of Deputies made another complaint against Sizer, this time for posting a link accusing Jews and Israel of responsibility for the 9/11 attacks in the United States.[7] He was censured by the Bishop of Guildford, who imposed a complete ban on Sizer's use of all social media for at least six months.[8]

(Taken from Wikipedia)