That is to say: What do they look like?
I say, boldly, that Crusaders, many of the Medieval, Renaissance, and 18th century *popes(Urban II who called the Crusades), and modern day Fundamentalists are not Christians. Now I’m not saying that they are all going to hell(thats God’s place, not mine), but I can say that they do not reflect Christs love in much/most of what they do.
So to establish what Christians are we must look at Scripture:
Essentially, a Christian loves everyone, always forgives, never judges, isn’t materialistic, and loves God over all. Christ says in John 14:15,”If you love me, you will obey what I command.” Or, at least, they try too; and they repent when he/she fails too to do what they should, knowing that God’s love will forgive them(though they will have to deal with the consequences of their actions on Earth).
This criteria establishes a simple, Biblical criteria for what a Christian is and must challenge the idea of a biggoted, uneducated hate-mongerer as being the stereotype for Christians. This criteria also makes it apparent that, despite statistics, there aren’t as many Christians as is believed.
Food for Thought
*(I am not saying that ALL Popes failed as Christians)