an·ti-Chris·tianDictionary result for anti-Christian
opposed to Christianity or Christian values.
a person who opposes Christianity.
Good post... "christians" are taking an incorrect rhetorical position against people who object to religious values being brought to our government and laws.
1. People who have nothing against Christianity or Christians as a group, but want them to keep their religious values all to themselves and stop trying to subvert the government and laws into supporting christian beliefs.
2. Best defined by the example that they have no more against Muslims or Jews or any other religious group, but strongly believe that these religious groups are entitled to believe whatever they want but not to "practice" their beliefs in such a way that infringes on anyone else's rights and freedom. Christianity as a faith is lumped right along with any other religion in this regard.
3. Those who believe Christians have no more rights than any other people, including gays, blacks, hispanics, Muslims, Jews...etc.
4. Atheists, Agnostics...typically marked by a benign attitude about christians or those of any other religion or faith. Most do not care about what others believe, it means little or nothing to them, and think that is is an individual's right to believe whatever they want. Many, if not most see no difference between any religion over another, recognizing religious beliefs taken to an extreme produces terrorism and wars.
People of belief are only noticed by people who don't care when they choose to represent that their beliefs somehow take precedence over laws and other people's rights. It is then that they object to Christians professing a right to "practice" their religion and beliefs.
There are millions of christians who do not believe that the government has a right to interfere with a woman's right to have an abortion, or gay rights and freedoms, such as an employer having the right to fire someone because they are gay.
This is not a religious thing, it is a bigotry thing, it is people using religion as an excuse to treat different groups of people badly.