I don't think so. Regardless of what the popular belief is among believers, the principle message of the bible is to submit.regardless of what the popular belief is among unbelievers, the overall theme of the bible is Love.
I don't see much love from Christianity. Maybe you saw my post to Peace_Warrior a few minutes ago at http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
And I just read this about the new pope:
"When Argentina legalized gay marriage that summer, the objection of the Catholic hierarchy, which considers homosexuality a sin, wasnt surprising. But it wasnt enough for Bergoglio to criticize the law; he felt compelled to demonize homosexuals in the processcalling gay unions a scheme to destroy Gods plan and a dire anthropological throwback. In that sense he was just echoing the homophobia of his boss, the Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, who in 2008 had asserted that saving humanity from homosexuals was as urgent as saving the rain forests from lumberjacks. But there was something especially hateful, something that moved beyond doctrinal defense into bald bigotry, about the way Bergoglio lashed out."
That's two huge contradictions to your assertion that your religion is about love that I have encountered just in the last hour. Calling hate "love" doesn't make it that.