It's a good question, really, especially when you think about why the Romans stopped persecuting them. Among other contributions, a GOOD Christian: - Pays taxes...fairly - Obeys the law - Volunteers in the community - Does all civic duties - Helps the poor - Serves his/her country - Treats all human beings as equals - and many other things to better the world as a whole All liberals claim it's ok to do anything that doesn't harm others, so why do they hate Christianity, since Christianity itself never harmed anybody, and don't give me that crap about the inquisition and the Crusades, either. That was a bunch of corrupt officials using Christianity as leverage to give them money and power. Oh, and here's another thing I don't want excuses for. Liberals, do, in fact, hate Christianity. Muslims try to blow us up and they get liberal lawyers. Christians try to indicate their religious alignment outside their own homes and they get sued. Oh, and if Powerman comes in here claiming he doesn't hate Christianity, don't quote him. I have him on ignore for a reason and I'm sick of hearing his drivel. He has an irrational hate for Christianity and won't give any useful answers here.