Joe tagged me with this so I thought I ought to play ball and join in.
List 5 doctrines that are taught within the Christian church that you believe to be deeply de-Christian.
I will interpret 'taught' in it's broad sense. Some of these things may not be preached from the pulpit, but are often taught by what we do. Also, I'm pretty much on the same page as Joe with the five things he listed so the pressure is on to find another five.
1. The longer / louder your prayer the more likely it is that God will hear it.
2. When Jesus said 'make disciples'; he had in mind a teaching series delivered by an expert
3. That holiness is more about what I do than what God does
4.The body of Christ looks like a (our?) church rather than the church (with all her faults, diversity and character)
5. That running a business is less spiritual than running a church / Christian organisation