Okay, while I've had my fill and then some of religious discussions, I'd like to address something.
As Lawyerdude (or was it Derelict) pointed out, nobody is trying to be arrogant when they declare "A real
Christian wouldn't (or would) do this or that."
In any sufficiently large group of people, there's going to be significant variance in how much it's members subscribe to the group's parameters. Being a Christian, or a black person, or an American means a ton
of different things to different people.
But.....there are certain core
qualities; qualities that are a basic condition for being in said group.
In the case of Christianity, we can argue about whether we should eating pork, or whether rap music is evil, or even whether homosexuality is wrong. But not causing harm to people is basic
. If you can't keep that
straight, then in my very humble opinion, you might need to check exactly what faith you claim to be following.