If half of all people calling themselves Chrisitans do not follow a single teaching of Jesus, lie about the Bible, slander non-believers and espouse hatred towards groups of people that doesn't reflect on Christinity and Jesus ?<quoted text>Thats not relevant
It isn't even applicable under any circumstances unless someone can point to an official teaching they know for a fact someone follows and interprets the same way in that group.
But in any event that's not relevant here because the judgment being passed on all members of a group is based on the actions of one person, not the group ideology
If a mailman molests a child, should that taint all mailmen? After all, they chose to be mailmen. So does that mean they now are culpable for what any mailman does the world over are are individuals still just responsible for their own actions
Sorry Skom, I think you are trying to wash the dirt of the hands of Christianity. Christians are Christiainiy's worst enemy. playing the "individual acts" card won;t change that fact.