First off, I am not attempting to bash Christianity as a whole, but only those who do that. Christianity is more than a religion, it's a relationship. A relationship with God and with fellow humans. One that can easily be damaged by such things as pettiness and hatred. Yes, God said not to lay with a man the way you would with a woman. God didn't say to alienate his abominable children. I quote "That which you do unto the least of my brethren, you do unto me." This means that is you bash gays, you bash God. Murder is murder be it your brother or an Iraqi with a gun, yet many Christians support wars. Why? I don't understand. And one more thing that bothers me is that Christians have a tendency to tell other religions bald-faced that they're wrong. Even if that's true, in their eyes, you're a jerk. You have to be sensitive about a person and if someone wants to convert, they'll do it. You're not going to convert someone by telling them "This is true and there's a book that says so."
Please, somebody explain to me why other people in the Christian relationship act so weird.