I just wanted to clear some things up here for people not familiar with true Christianity (Protestant, Baptist, Calvinist). I am not a part of any religion by the way, so I have no real horse in this race. In Muslim threads on this board, posters will often defend Islam by saying things like: "Well what about the Christian inquisition and torture of heretics?" "Well what about the mass murder the Christians caused during the crusades" or "What about the Christian Conquistadors that conquered and subjugated indigenous peoples" These acts were done by Catholics, not Christians. Catholics are and have been basically under a governing body, and commit acts "in the name of God" by order of the Pope. Which is why the Church can order things like the crusades, or the inquisition. Christians believe only God is infallible, and a man's relationship with God is private. A man doesn't need to confess to a priest his sins. A man doesn't look up to, worship, or take orders from anyone, other than God. This is the fundamental difference between the two religions, and is the main reason why Catholicism is not Christianity. For an example of what I am talking about, here is a quote from Pope Francis from a Vatican website: http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-at-mass-we-are-not-christian-without-the-chur Basically stating that the Church is the governing body for all Christians, which is of course, incorrect if you call yourself a Christian. There are countless other examples of how the two faiths differ, but nobody got time for all of that in the OP.