A list of the 24 things that I believe non-Christians hate most about some so-called Christians.
1. Supercilious – behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others.
2. Imperious – assuming power or authority without justification; arrogant and domineering.
3. Priggish – self-righteously moralistic and superior.
4. Pretentious – attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed.
5. Snob – a person with an exaggerated respect for high social position or wealth who seeks to associate with social superiors and dislikes people or activities regarded as lower-class.
6. Pompous – affectedly and irritatingly grand, solemn, or self-important.
7. Elitist – noun – a person who believes that a system or society should be ruled or dominated by an elite. – Adj – favoring, advocating, or restricted to an elite.
8. Superior – having or showing an overly high opinion of oneself.
9. Uppity – self-important; arrogant.
10. Hoity-toity – haughty; snobbish.
11. Snooty – showing disapproval or contempt toward others, esp. those considered to belong to a lower social class.
12. Aloof – not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant.
13. Impertinent – 1 not showing proper respect; rude. 2 not pertinent to a particular matter; irrelevant.
14. Condescending – having or showing a feeling of patronizing superiority.
15. Peremptory – (esp. of a person’s manner or actions) insisting on immediate attention or obedience, esp. in a brusquely imperious way.
16. Highfalutin – (esp. of speech, writing, or ideas) pompous or pretentious.
17. Artificial – (of a person or a person’s behavior) insincere or affected.
18. Contrived – deliberately created rather than arising naturally or spontaneously.
19. Insincere – not expressing genuine feelings.
20. Hollow – without significance.
21. Glib – (of words or the person speaking them) fluent and voluble but insincere and shallow.
22. Flippant – not showing a serious or respectful attitude.
23. Disingenuous – not candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does.
24. Prim – stiffly formal and respectable; feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper.
“Be of the same mind toward one another; do not be haughty in mind, but associate with the lowly. Do not be wise in your own estimation” (Romans 12:16).