Something I would do well to remember more.
From what looks like an interesting new book, Walking Away From Faith, reviewed in Christianity Today:
Tucker touches upon the most probing and troubling aspect of losing faith: how failures of the church and of Christian witness can drive people away from belief. She cites Gandhi ("I like their Christ, but I don't like Christians") and even Nietzsche ("I will believe in the Redeemer when the Christian looks a little more redeemed") as barometers for the distaste that Christians can evoke among unbelievers.
Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.