keyboard-hand-typing-freeimagesWhen it comes to hateful Internet speech, Christians are the worst. That’s the headline of an article by Washington Post columnist and OnFaith founder Sally Quinn. If the headline didn’t get your attention, the teaser for the op-ed might. It reads: “Thanks to horrible Christian comments online, I realized there’s a big difference between being Christian and following Jesus.” “The first hate emails I received were horrible. They did not just attack what I wrote—which was usually about spirituality more than religion—but were also vicious ad hominem attacks. I can’t tell you how many people wrote in to say that I was a whore and a slut and so much worse that I can’t even write it here,” Quinn writes. “And these all came from Christians. I was going to hell. I had made a pact with the devil. Jesus and God hated me. One man wrote that he hoped I would get in a car accident, that the gas tank would explode and I would be burned alive. He was a God-fearing Christian, and he ascertained that I obviously was not one.” More