Their is a movie called "The Golden Compass" which has some anti-christian themes, supposedly.
Many Christians are outraged by this and are going to attempt a boycott (due not, they aren't going for a ban but a boycott -- their is a significant difference).
I honestly believe many (but not where near all) are so insecure of their religion that they will attack other religions. I genuinely believe it's because they have no faith in their religion and believe that their religion *may* fail when put under scrutiny.
I have found the BEST comment that I want to say "this" (fark cliche):
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The end result of someone being insecure of their religion they have to bash other religions or call another religion an enemy is much the same as me trying to shove Linux (or Microsoft, in some very rare situations -- I'm talking to you Gerall [in reference to getting you to try WinXP]! :-P) down my throat *cough*Daniel*cough*.
I will also admit I don't understand much of the Christian religion (in general). If you were to ask me what the difference between a Catholic and a Southern Baptist then I would probably just stare at you blankly going "fuck, I wish I had Wikipedia to answer this...". Same thing about Buddhism and such.
Although I have been learning a lot about Taiosm merely by proxies of my environment and such. I also have a book about it... but it drove me to boredom WAY too quickly. Maybe I wasn't ready. Or the writer sucked. I dunno. I like Wikipedia's better anywho. I like reading more on the philosophical ideas than anything else. So don't expect me to be able to name the deities without referring to Wikipedia.