Revelation's inherent nihilism - God's gonna kill/allow to be killed pretty much all the unbelievers anyway, so what harm is there in sending 'em his way a bit earlier? - not to mention its anti-environmentalism (who cares about saving the rainforests, God's gonna torch everything all any day now) - has almost certainly encouraged, and probably in some cases caused, all sorts of killing and slaughter (not to mention indifference to environmental crises) in religion's name. I'm surprised you aren't capable of employing such basic critical/historical reasoning.
So, what you are saying is that Christianity itself is inherently twisted.
I'm not saying I completely disagree. Personally, I find all religions to exist largely to control people create differences where they should not exist and/or excuse wars. However, if one singles out Christianity then that's basically religious bigotry.