Part of the problem of Christianity is how people conceptualize their god to behave as a magical genie that grants the right wishes.
“Dear god, help me find my keys to get there on time.”
“Dear god, please let my son’s little league team win this season.”
“Dear god, please help me get a find a better job.”
Their god becomes their crutch, their placebo, and their excuse. “If god intends for this to happen, nothing anyone does will change it.” – which is a clear excuse for not putting in effort towards a goal, believing instead that a god will magically bring prosperity without effort.
In the end, no two Christians agree on what Christianity even *is*. There are 41,000 denominations of Christianity and many interpretations of the Abrahamic god and the figure called Jesus (even though that isn’t a proper interpretation of his name). Therefore, there is not, nor can their be any such thing as a “true Christian”, because there is no clear definition of what a “true” Christian is intended to be:
Nonviolent? Jesus whipped men and ran them out of the Temple.
Temperance? Jesus cursed a fig tree for not producing its fruit out of season.
“Love Thy Neighbor As Thyself?” Jesus refused to heal a Canaanite woman’s daughter until the woman compared herself to a dog and this act somehow impressed him. It was not his allegedly divine or helpful nature, but that woman’s obeisance and humiliation of herself that inspired his assistance.
From the most ultra-Orthodox Jew to the most intense Imam to the most pious Christian of whatever denomination, there is no consensus about how a follower of the Abrahamic god ought to conduct themselves. For every law, rule, covenant and commandment that exists, there is a scriptural inconsistency and even blatant contradiction to that precept.