Fault Finding Finders.
Some of the current practice within christendom consists of fault finding and denouncing other people's mistakes and failures to the point of judging and condemning the people who have faulted.
This practice is not conducive to reconciliation, rather it promotes alienation.
Some practices within christendom, though trying its best to set people on the path to heaven's gate, have left a trail of people littered with shattered and unfilled promises that has left a trail of broken lives and a bad taste in the mouths of the victims regarding the God of love. History shows that people of one persuasion have killed people of different persuasion because their theology differed.
What the fault finding finders need to know is that they themselves are not without fault and need to heed Jesus' words; "let him who is without fault cast the first stone." If they considered these words of Jesus, they would cease to be fault finders and become fault forgivers.