I don't hate Christianity-- I was raised a Christian and many of my family and friends are Christians of one kind or another. My husband is a Christian and my daughter is a Christian (this week). I love them more than anything, but I just don't believe in their religion.
My daughter loves Harry Potter and Twilight. I don't hate Harry Potter and Twilight. I am just not into it. But if Harry Potter fans were lobbying to change our laws to be more respectful of wizardry and to get those books taught as scientific fact in my daughter's school, I would be fighting against them. Not out of hatred but because the books are about magic and fantasy, not about reality. Just like the bible is about magic and fantasy, not about reality.
Even so, skeptic, you can't explain why non-Christians
bother to donate money to the poor or give time and attention to people less lucky than they are.
I guess it is that "when non-Christian people are nice it is because god's word is written on everyone's heart, except when they are not nice, it isn't" stuff again. Which again leads to a problem when there are non-Christians, like Bill Gates, who are better people than Christians, like most televangelists.
Where is that "by their fruits ye shall know them" when you need it? Or is it invisible, intangible spiritual fruit
that was being discussed, rather than real earthly help?