Okay, I am a bit angry, I have to admit. I took a lot of effort to register here, and after the first posting, when I introduced myself, saying I am not Christian but Baha'i, I got that "welcome":
I was told I am an "unbeliever" (which I am not!), that my religion sucks, is even evil perhaps (our prophet was called a "false prophet") and that they will pray for my soul that I will see "the truth". Then the moderator put me on "unbeliever" status, so I could no longer reply in that thread.
I never had a welcome on any other forum that was remotely that rude.
Is that really the image you Christian folks want to give members of different religions of Christianity? "At the fruits you will recognize them", Jesus said. Are that the fruits your kind of Christianity is bearing? I assumed Jesus taught about love, friendship and hospitality first, not about judging and ostracizing people.
If you want to convince "unbelievers" to "see the truth", maybe you should really work on your attitude. Because at least me, you will not convince with that fanatic attitude. On the contrary. I once again was confirmed that it was right not to become Christian.
Baha'u'llah said that the purpose of religion is peace, unity and harmony, and when a faith instead results in fanaticism, bigotry and hatred, "it would be a truly religious act to renounce such a faith". Think about it, and think about why so many people seem to have a problem with Christians these days.