I don't think that's entirely accurate or fair. Certainly there have been some incredible horrors committed in the name Jesus Christ. No thinking person can or should deny that. But to limit one's assessment of Christianity by its failings avoids so much. People of faith began the majority of hospitals and social safety net institutions here and in Western Europe. Even today three of the five hospitals serving the occupied West Bank in Palestine/Israel are run by Christians despite Christianity being a minority Faith in the land of its birth. The Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, Bread for the World and a host of other NGO's have Christian roots or are still run by Christian groups. I will not deny our sins but at the same time I would call for a deeper, more nuanced view of Christians in public life and Christian traditions in the public life of citizens.