For nearly 2000 years, Christians have been complaining and bragging about how much persecution Christians and Christianity have suffered at the hands of others. Some of this is true, and some is exaggerated. Christians have also raised these persecutions to the level of mythology by developing martyrology, a theology of martydom.
But Christians generally do not acknowledge or apologize for the innumerable persecutions Christians and their co-religionists have visited on others, whether believers in other religions or believers in other versions of Christianity. Even today, many Christians conduct themselves in an abusive and imperialistic manner against believers in different things.
We acknowledge the good that can come (theoretically) from the appropriate exercise of Christianity. This site will document the aspects that Christians do not, will not or cannot acknowledge, but which are painfully obvious to many others - the hatefulness, bigotry, and violence that are imposed on others.