I believe everyone "wants" to believe in a loving, caring Creator. And if you know the biblical accounts of Jesus and what His ministry was(is)you would in your heart of hearts "want" to believe that.
This is the kind of attitude that drove me away from religion. The "fact" that all those who do not believe in Jesus Christ, the "true son of God", whether we are Atheists or otherwise, are wrong is so condescending and self-righteous. I was raised in a Catholic household, I have studied all of the biblical accounts of Jesus and everything else you said, and it makes me want to believe it no more than it did beforehand.
I'll give you an example of the hypocrisy and self-righteousness: My wife is from India and follows Sihkism
. She was diagnosed with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis at the age of 13. Within a few years, she was confined to a wheelchair. She had only but a few friends, and her best friend at the time became a BAC. She had the audacity to say this little gem to my wife: "If you had Jesus Christ in your heart, this would have never happened to you", and then tried to convert her. Needless to say, they weren't friends long after that incident.
I think you made this post to find like-minded individuals to agree with you that Christians or Catholics, whatever denomination you believe in, are being persecuted. When you didn't find said individuals, you resorted to telling people that only if they knew the word, blah blah blah, they would believe. Can't you see how haughty that is?
As far as I can tell, Christians and followers of most other religions are being portrayed as real-life people in most new movies. Just because that image does not reflect what "your" perception of what is "good" Christian is, does not make it wrong.