I just have a question that I hope can spark a bit of discussion. Why is it that Christianity, a religion starring the most widely known pacifist figure, Jesus Christ, has so many violent, judgmental, and blind followers? Now this isn't meant to be an insult (though I'm sure a select few will see it that way) but just a general philosophical question. I mean, Jesus set a great example to follow, peace and love towards all, allowing men and women to make up for their mistakes and accepting them into his arms. The messages are humane, sincere, and caring. So why is it then, that many Christians are so apt to seperating themselves from others? Homosexuals, non-believers, those with opposing views, etc. I mean, Jesus had this message of love and care towards your fellow man and woman, yet, some people (the 'extremely devout' crowd) are violent and disturbing to the general population of the Earth just by existing. Look at white power movements, surely a stain of humanity, or Godhatesfags.com. Do some Christians never hear the actual message that Jesus sent to us? I don't mean this to start a flame war, it's just a curiosity I've had for awhile.