I'm a Catholic, and I don't think it's fair to generalize all Christians as being fanatical and intolerant of others although I do agree that spouting off Bible verses doesn't help anything when Christians are trying to get their point of view across. No person is perfect, but I believe that if you want an example of what it means to be a true Christian instead of looking at the hypocrites that are Christian in word but not in action, you should look at individuals like Mother Theresa who are completely selfless and have given their lives to serving the poor and sick with a sense of humility.
It does bother me that some believe that if you are not a Christian (or even if you are a Catholic) that you are going to Hell. This is crazy to me because many people in history like the Native Americans were never given an opportunity to know Christ, and others like Hindus and Muslims and Jews were raised, just as I have been, in their own faiths, and we are basically conditioned from birth to believe that our religion is THE true religion. The God I believe in is a God of mercy and love, and it's up to Him to judge a person's soul, not me or anyone else. And I truly believe that if a person loves and is selfless, regardless of what religion they are that in the end they will be with God.