It might come as a shock to many Christians, but the general worldview of them isn't always a positive one...in particular with atheists. In fact, this overarching sentiment is usually accompanied by a variety of unsavory stereotypes. This can't help but beg the question, "just how Christlike are we, really?". No Christian would ever want to be perceived as not being Christlike, after all, Jesus lead us to walk with Him and by walking with Him, we inherently want to be like Him. So where did we go wrong? Perhaps much of this sentiment stems from the very polarizing nature of both beliefs—how often do we tread as delicately and respectfully as needed when engaging with each other to avoid misconceptions? The other sad reality is that, whether we want to admit it or not, our very actions (as well intended as they might be) can sometimes damage the image of Christ and do the faith the most disservice. We can actually be preventing people from wanting to know Jesus, instead of leading them to Him. But what is it exactly that we are doing to cause this? Here are 6 things atheists have shared in regards to their perception of Christians.